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so the 74 mm center sprocket fits this wheel great...
then a box came.... I dont recall bidding on an auction for an RD400 rear wheel with a sprocket and all the bits... but the alert that said I won it for 29 bucks was nice.
the even nicer alert was the auction I won for an RD400...
74 mm center.
it does actually have the Yamaha logo on it.. so I know I am in the right ballpark.
That JT Sprockets site is killer. I got these from Dock.. who got them from someone else.. so they were labeled as RD400 but we were never sure.
Worth noting that the sprocket side of the hub...
not sure whats going on here... but this RD400 wheel and sprocket just wont line up for me.
Here is the fiche.
I have the lock ring and the various pieces... it almost looks like there is a big ole spacer on...
would need a charging circuit for it. Looks like it charges off a generic USB charger... so you could use an LM7805... if your bike is 12 volts. (LM7805 needs 7 volts input min to regulate 5 volts out)
Ask RichArd about wire colors on his old yamaha.
The funny thing is that when I went to find that diagram... I found a different one that had the diodes pointing the wrong direction... and I thought I had a brain aneurysm.. the whole world did not make sense for a few minutes.
gonna have to pull the carbs off. When the fuel comes into the carbs (the bottom of the bowl) there is a float and a little needle valve that close up the bowl to stop this type of thing from happening....
pull the back off your toilet for an example... water fills up, the float well...