Pulling flywheel on a 700? Clutch basket? - Yamaha Raptor Forum
 
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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-18-2012, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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Pulling flywheel on a 700? Clutch basket?

Do simply remove the torx bolts and use a harmonic balancer puller?

Also is the stock clutch basket ok or should I get an aftermarket one?


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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-18-2012, 08:47 PM
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There is a flywheel puller on ebay that works great...

I think the stock clutch basket is sufficient on the 700's...

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Even if I'm building the engine? It looks fine but I'd just rather not skimp on something so simple if I'm already in there.


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11:1 Wiseco piston, +5 HR crank, Lucky700R ported head, HDD5050 cam, +3TB, DMC Force IV duals, MSD Blaster FI controller, UNI pod filters, ITP Beadlock rims + more

2001 Raptor-
100.5mm 11:1 Wiseco piston, balanced crank, trail ported head, Ferrea valves, stage 2 HC, Barker duals, UNI pod filters + more

2007 pitbike-
150cc Lifan engine, 26mm Mikuni carb, 32mm custom stainless steel exhaust, 12" motard tires, working on LED
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stock basket is fine unless going crazy on the motor. get the puller off ebay and leave the torx bolts in the flywheel, they wont help you get it off, you need the right pulled although a 2 jaw will work just not efficiently
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Sweet. I ordered the correct puller. Figured I'd better do it right!


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11:1 Wiseco piston, +5 HR crank, Lucky700R ported head, HDD5050 cam, +3TB, DMC Force IV duals, MSD Blaster FI controller, UNI pod filters, ITP Beadlock rims + more

2001 Raptor-
100.5mm 11:1 Wiseco piston, balanced crank, trail ported head, Ferrea valves, stage 2 HC, Barker duals, UNI pod filters + more

2007 pitbike-
150cc Lifan engine, 26mm Mikuni carb, 32mm custom stainless steel exhaust, 12" motard tires, working on LED
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