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Re: Yamaha TDM900
« Reply #79 on: 16:58 - 8 January, 2018 »
It don't filter air mate 'cos air ain't green.
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Re: Yamaha TDM900
« Reply #78 on: 18:50 - 2 January, 2018 »
Gaz has one of those on his thong.
That’ll be a pubic air filter.

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Re: Yamaha TDM900
« Reply #77 on: 18:49 - 18 December, 2017 »
Gaz has one of those on his thong.
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Re: Yamaha TDM900
« Reply #76 on: 09:08 - 18 December, 2017 »
I reckon it could be the paper based multi gas micro particle removal device that needs cleaning.

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Re: Yamaha TDM900
« Reply #75 on: 08:53 - 18 December, 2017 »
I'm no expert, but I'd say look at the filter first.

Could need cleaning.

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Re: Yamaha TDM900
« Reply #74 on: 00:35 - 18 December, 2017 »
Have you tried cleaning the filter?

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Re: Yamaha TDM900
« Reply #73 on: 12:50 - 17 December, 2017 »
Mine runs at about 1500 rpm's as well, I've noticed that the revs drop when the filter needs cleaning so the filter probably needs cleaning now on mine.
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Re: Yamaha TDM900
« Reply #72 on: 07:43 - 10 December, 2017 »
I upped the idle to almost 1500 to stop the issue when I had mine.

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Re: Yamaha TDM900
« Reply #71 on: 22:49 - 9 December, 2017 »
Pop along to your local Yamaha dealer and get them to check if the tps had been changed. If it hasn't then they'll do it for free under a recall.
But first of all change the plugs and chuck some redex though it and raise the idle speed to 1300 rpm.
If you go to Carpe I'll guarantee you'll get told the same thing.

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Re: Yamaha TDM900
« Reply #70 on: 22:23 - 9 December, 2017 »
I'd head over to www.carpe-TDM.net if I were you. Some rightly helpful people over there

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Re: Yamaha TDM900
« Reply #69 on: 04:24 - 15 October, 2017 »
Hi,

Please can you point me in the direction of the correct information for the engine cutting out issue. Weirdly my 2002 bike has recently started doing this at junctions and roundabouts. I am not at all mechanically minded but realise this is very dangerous and need to resolve asap.

Many thanks.

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Re: Yamaha TDM900
« Reply #68 on: 21:32 - 29 August, 2010 »
When are you going to take the back caliper off Neil? Can we all come and watch?
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Re: Yamaha TDM900
« Reply #67 on: 20:19 - 29 August, 2010 »
i thought about washing mine, then got dizzy and had to have a sit down :og

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Re: Yamaha TDM900
« Reply #66 on: 19:36 - 29 August, 2010 »
Just taken my calipers off, front and back.

It's surprising how f :censored ked [filtered] up these get riding throught the winter  :roll

Only one piston was working on the back brake and I had at least one piston per caliper not working on the front calipers.

Well all sorted now, new brake pads in all of them too  :thumb and a good clean too. Replaced the shity pinch bolts on the calipers with nice stainless jobbies too. Probolt wanted £26 per caliper. Got the lot for £7.20.  :bonkers

Replaced my horn too as that had stopped working and also changed oil and filters. I also cleaned the battery terminals and connections from the starter relay.

Changed my brake and clutch lever as well for good measure. Fitted black ones rather than the standard silver ones. Matches the bike better IMHO.
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Re: Yamaha TDM900
« Reply #65 on: 19:06 - 26 August, 2010 »
I'm resisting the temptation to undo anything at the moment. Truth is I do want to take it to bits.
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