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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-08-2013, 04:50 PM Thread Starter
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Multiple Parts needed to repair and rebuild my motor :(

Well I have/had an 02 Yamaha Roadstar 1600 but in November it threw a rod and cause a lot of damage to the motor. I'm slowly trying to rebuild and repair because I love this damn bike. If anyone knows of anywhere or anyone selling any of these parts, please reply or PM me. Greatly Appreciated!

Camshaft Assembly - 4WM-W1211-02-00
Valve - 4WM-12111-00-00
(1pc rear exhaust)*Push Rod - 4WM-12154-00-00
(4pcs) Lifter, Valve - 4WM-12153-00-00
(1pc) 5yu-15462-01-00 cam cover gasket*
(2pcs) 4wm-11351-00-00 cylinder base gaskets
(2pcs) 4wm-11193-01-00 head cover gasket #1
(1pc) 5px-12286-00-00 decompression to engine case gasket
(2pcs) 4wm-11194-01-00 head cover gasket #2
(2pcs) 4wm-11181-00-00 head gaskets
(2pcs) 4wm-11141-00-00 head cover gasket #3
Starter Wire Cap - 5HO-81871-00-00
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-08-2013, 06:06 PM
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It threw a rod and didn't damage the crankcase or at least one cylinder? and didn't drop bits into the bottom and cause any damage to the transmission? My, are you lucky. I do have to wonder why it threw the rod, because if you don't find the answer to that you are setting yourself up for another thrown rod.
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Well I have/had an 02 Yamaha Roadstar 1600 but in November it threw a rod and cause a lot of damage to the motor. I'm slowly trying to rebuild and repair because I love this damn bike. If anyone knows of anywhere or anyone selling any of these parts, please reply or PM me. Greatly Appreciated!

Camshaft Assembly - 4WM-W1211-02-00
Valve - 4WM-12111-00-00
(1pc rear exhaust)*Push Rod - 4WM-12154-00-00
(4pcs) Lifter, Valve - 4WM-12153-00-00
(1pc) 5yu-15462-01-00 cam cover gasket*
(2pcs) 4wm-11351-00-00 cylinder base gaskets
(2pcs) 4wm-11193-01-00 head cover gasket #1
(1pc) 5px-12286-00-00 decompression to engine case gasket
(2pcs) 4wm-11194-01-00 head cover gasket #2
(2pcs) 4wm-11181-00-00 head gaskets
(2pcs) 4wm-11141-00-00 head cover gasket #3
Starter Wire Cap - 5HO-81871-00-00
575 671 0050 Call me, I have most of those parts in stock.
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-09-2013, 09:27 PM
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It threw a rod and didn't damage the crankcase or at least one cylinder? and didn't drop bits into the bottom and cause any damage to the transmission? My, are you lucky. I do have to wonder why it threw the rod, because if you don't find the answer to that you are setting yourself up for another thrown rod.
Most people I know would call any rod failure "throwing a rod". It may have only stretched a bolt and caused a piston to slam a valve and someone out there would call it throwing a rod. I don't know if it's the case here, just the way I've seen it. Same for "spun a bearing" for just about any bearing failure. My favorite is when someone says the engine seized and they turn the engine over to let me hear it. It the end it all means the same; the engine needs repair.

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