Alright do you have any clue of these parts are easy to get or not cause if they are I’ll just buy a new one but if not I’ll cleanMake sure the gas line in the tank is there and if not replace it with tygon and make sure the weighted fuel filter is on it as well. Clean or replace the fuel pump as well. I would personally drain all the oil and replace with new. I would replace the fuel filter as well and the fuel lines in the engine area if it has been sitting long just for peace of mind. Make sure the all the grease zerts have been greased, shocks are ok, bogie wheels are ok, slides/hyfax are ok, make sure the brake cylinder is full and working correctly. I would do a compression test cold and then when you do get it running again hot of course. Replace the spark plugs and spark plug caps. I would personally pull the tank off and clean it as best you can and let it sit with the cap off for a couple days while you do the rest of the work. Once you get all that done fill it with gas, prime and see what happens. Of course check the compression with the throttle held wide open.
If it is oil injection, then I would mix the first tank of gas. Just make sure nothing is plugged up.
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AlrightyYeah he should be talking about the carburetor intake boot that they mount into which mounts to the engine. Those should still be available somewhere in an aftermarket version. Finding a NIB Yamaha would be impossible. Make sure you use the airbox as well as that is key with them running right. People who remove those and run pods shouldn't because then all you are doing is letting in hot air and cold air is much better.
Completely empty the tank, take the carbs off and give them a good cleaning, fresh plugs take the belt off run it,and take scotch pad and clean the primary, and do the same for the secondary ""NOT RUNNING "" Then try it. Hope it helps bud!I have a 1979 enticer 300 and the last time it ran was probably 7 years ago but that was just a summertime bet to drive it across the road it went away running what should I do to make this thing work I haven’t tried to start it
thanks for the help and yeah that seat is unlike any other.I don't remember the brand, but the carb was a butterfly style carb instead of a round slide style. Walbro and Mikuni (probably others) made those back in the day.
Ok this thread will be for all my questions on getting my enticer 300 fixed up. My first question is: Where should I start. The sleds sounds like she wants to start, but thats as far as I got today. The plugs look new and the oil tank is full, and it has a half tank of gas or so. I'm not sure...www.snowmobileforum.com
That is a thread from years ago, reading through it may be of help. Also, there are places that have parts diagrams available such as www.bikebandit.com so you can see a breakdown of things. If you search the web, you will find a bunch of resources.
Good luck! I had a 79 and an 80, they were fun sleds, although the suspension travel in the rear suspension was very limited. Yamaha made up for that by having a very cushy seat!