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Ok I have the parts to rebuild the top end on my 2000 yamaha 200 blaster 2
Stroke. How long will it take to fully break the new parts in so I can ride? Also could u make a list of the steps included in breaking in the new topend?

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Brian, Since there is probably still an oil injection pump involved here goes. Put in a fresh spark plug to start with. Get some pre mix oil and mix it into the gas in the tank, mix it about 100 to l ratio. This just in case the oiling system burps through some air at leat the piston wont starve on lubrication. Run about a 1/2 tank of this through,then fill the tank with good gas without the extra oil and put in a new spark plug and you should be ready to go. The motor will feel a little sluggish with the extra oil in the fuel but it beats frying the top end if anything is too tight.

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Gary Blake

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I have built from ground up race winning motocross bikes and atvs as well as atv,s for flat track and TT racing. I am starting to take on the utv challenges now for racing. This is a new area for me so Im in a learning curve.

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I have extensive experience in off road motorcycles and atv,s.I also work on street bikes and personal watercraft, Some experience was self taught and some was factory trained. I have been working in the powersports industry since the mid 70,s I hope I can help. Thanks Gary

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Was a sponsor for K.O.R.R.(kansas off road riders) and now I am working with ROMEO,s (retired old motorcyclists eating out)and was in charge of the Quad Wars for the monster truck series in Central Kansas

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Factory trained Kawasaki Heavy Industries. Factory trained GasGas motorcycles and atvs worked as a technician and was as a dealership owner.Kaw.Suz,Honda,Aprilia,Arctic cat,See Doo,Can Am, Bombardier,Yamaha,GasGas,Qingi,TM,Moto Guzzi,Harley,s

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