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Old 03-23-2013, 12:09 PM   #421
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Thanks for the taillight tips. I found them to be very illuminating! I'll look into them when the snow stops.


Someone is wanting to buy a TT600 rear wheel in the general FM section, if anyone has one. Good Day, Kelly.
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Old 03-24-2013, 01:36 PM   #422
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no spark TT600R

I have no spark on my 1998 Belgarda and suspect a faulty CDI unit, does anyone know if anything else bar Denso 071000-1211 / Yam no. 5CH-01 will fit? Does anyone know how to test the unit?
Before it failed completely the bike was missing/hesitating very occasionally and the symptoms were not unlike fuel starvation or something electrical breaking down under load, she would run on a throttle very slightly open but then cut out on anything more than that. This happened three times in about 600 miles. Came home with the bike running perfectly, washed her the next day and failed to start a week later.
Any help much appreciated:)
Have done all the obvious checks like coil, kill switch, side stand switch and stripped back the loom for problems in the steering head area. Every connector has been apart and cleaned. Only area I haven't looked at is the mag.
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Old 03-25-2013, 12:21 PM   #423
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I have no spark on my 1998 Belgarda
I had the exact same bike until it was sadly stolen last year, the red white and black beast, great bike. I had a very similar problem with no spark and asked at a Yamaha garage, spoke to one of the mechanics thinking it was the cdi as well. He said I had gotten something in the fuel and fouled the plug, I realized it might have been from a jerry can on a camping trip...

Drain the carb, fit new plug and boom, started first kick and really surprised me. I ran a few tanks of carby / engine cleaner and then fitted a fuel filter, I highly recommend one. Any trouble starting then adjust the auto decomp, hold the lever just off max and adjust the cable, it slowly stretches and gets harder to start.

Another great tip I learned from at a guy at a garage when I flooded the engine which I sometimes did was- fuel tap off, lower the bike on it's side to drain the carb, with the ignition OFF and the throttle wide open give the bike one light kick over to clear the cylinder then start as normal. Always remember to NEVER EVER touch the throttle when starting or it could kick back and hurt you allot. And never start with the fuel tap on, turn it on when it starts, I used to regularly adjust the idle for cold mornings.

Hope this helps, good luck!
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Old 03-26-2013, 12:48 AM   #424
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Thank you for that but I think my problem is different, I can kick it over and hold the plug lead without a tingle, definitely no spark.:(
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Old 03-26-2013, 01:00 PM   #425
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hi guys, anyone familiar with hpi cdi units?
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Old 04-02-2013, 12:57 PM   #426
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Well, I found many info about this interesting bike. I hope to see one of this very soon, in the meantime I got myself this Belgarda TTS/TTE mix




when finished, it will look a little bit closer to that wonderful "prototype"
a few changes




and a bit dirty after a first offroad ride

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Old 04-02-2013, 01:27 PM   #427
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Old 04-02-2013, 09:14 PM   #428
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and a bit dirty after a first offroad ride

You got one good TT600 there!! E-Start, upside down forks, Discs brakes front and rear, Long-range Fuel tank. Looks like a Street-Plate too!! My 59X is not even in the same league!!!
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Old 04-02-2013, 09:16 PM   #429
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What year TT600 is this??
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Old 04-02-2013, 11:04 PM   #430
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Old 04-03-2013, 12:28 AM   #431
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I have no spark on my 1998 Belgarda and suspect a faulty CDI unit, does anyone know if anything else bar Denso 071000-1211 / Yam no. 5CH-01 will fit? Does anyone know how to test the unit?
Before it failed completely the bike was missing/hesitating very occasionally and the symptoms were not unlike fuel starvation or something electrical breaking down under load, she would run on a throttle very slightly open but then cut out on anything more than that. This happened three times in about 600 miles. Came home with the bike running perfectly, washed her the next day and failed to start a week later.
Any help much appreciated:)
Have done all the obvious checks like coil, kill switch, side stand switch and stripped back the loom for problems in the steering head area. Every connector has been apart and cleaned. Only area I haven't looked at is the mag.
I assume you checked the keyswitch, and the sparkplug?
My TTR had a problem with the stator, switched that with a stator from a 1996 XT600K, and is was fine again.
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Old 04-03-2013, 12:58 AM   #432
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a few changes


Beautiful bike
Is this an original Belgarda Rally fuel tank?
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Old 04-03-2013, 01:44 AM   #433
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Beautiful bike
Is this an original Belgarda Rally fuel tank?
No, it was made by Rigo Moto in Milan, who also prepared a few bike for Belgarda for the Nevada Rally '95 and the Australian Safari '96.
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Old 04-03-2013, 01:45 AM   #434
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I assume you checked the keyswitch, and the sparkplug?
My TTR had a problem with the stator, switched that with a stator from a 1996 XT600K, and is was fine again.
@Stteve: have you seen my PM? (many thanks in advance!)
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Old 04-03-2013, 02:01 AM   #435
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You got one good TT600 there!! E-Start, upside down forks, Discs brakes front and rear, Long-range Fuel tank. Looks like a Street-Plate too!! My 59X is not even in the same league!!!
Well this is e belgarda TT600E with Belgarda TT600S suspension and kickstarter, and of course here in Italy all these bikes were street legal, the 59X too, which has much more power than this one and was totally made in Japan
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