Yamaha YZF-R125 Service Manual: Checking the decompression system

Yamaha YZF-R125 Service Manual / Engine / Cylinder head / Checking the decompression system

1. Check:

  • Decompression system

a. Check the decompression system with the camshaft sprocket and the decompression cam installed to the camshaft.

b. Check that the decompression lever "1" moves smoothly.

c. Without operating the decompression lever, check that the decompression cam "2" projects from the camshaft (exhaust cam) as shown in the illustration "A".

d. Move the decompression lever "1" in the direction of the arrow shown and check that the decompression cam does not project from the camshaft (exhaust cam) as shown in the illustration "B".

Checking the decompression system


Checking the decompression system


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