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Thread: Yamaha Exciter 570 1988 restoration

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    Senior Member Improved low slung's Avatar
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    Nice pics.It was a time when skidplates,bright colors,and long travel were all the rage.Yamahas were Uber light,Polaris was pushing an old but effect chassis,Arctic cat had AWS but late to the long travel game,and Skidoo was beginning to crawl out of the lead sled wilderness

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    Does it run rich/lean or perfect?
    2002 SRX 700. The 120++ mph sled. Gearing, Dalton helix, belly pan protector, MM skis, Maxx perf transfer rods, TPI valves, temp gauge and heelclickers
    2001 MM 700. Reedstopper notch, hauck headgasket, Heelclickers, Hauck Magnum roller, Dalton helix, transfer enhancement kit, temp gauge, bellypan protector.
    1999 VT 600. European edition. Cargo rack, cargo box, tow hitch, 50/36 Dalton helix.
    1997 VT 500.Tempaflow, dupont hyfax, belly pan protector, 39 deg helix, heeclickers, tow hitch.


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    Quote Originally Posted by norwegian View Post
    Does it run rich/lean or perfect?
    Actually it runs little bit too rich but i can live with it

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    Our annual "Tulppiosafari" was last weekend and it was as always, pure fun! Nearly 370 kilometers and three days with friends.
    This year´s lineup was amazing, especially Ski-Doo Mach Z was totally cool! That sled was totally restored, even every bolt and etc. was yellow passivated.

    My Exciter had minor problems, the pull starter exploded on the second day and had to rely on 440 XCR. Until that incident, Exciter did very well and was pleasure to drive.

    Here are few photos of our trip:
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    Still going strong. Got new OEM stickers and new electric start and brand new fresh air kit and Totaltek pipe (Only in Finland). These modifications caused carburetor adjustments. Starting with 330 main jets. All these mods are made to respect original options.
    Here in Finland these sleds are the Vintage ones
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    Really nice restoration! Impressive vintage trip you did there too! What track are you running? Awesome project, keep posting updates.

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