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Here's a banshee 535 crankshaft I've just rebuilt and trued. The bike was having bad vibration at certain rpms so to counter those I added 8 tungsten carbide inserts to the webs to offset the longer stroke and heavier pistons. This will be going into one of the most powerful banshee engined rd350's in the UK
in this video i show how to install banshee crank seals.
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2 different methode with 2 different result RD Manual method : about 0.240mm out from center Banshee Manual method : 0.060mm out from center
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Although performing regular maintenance and putting fresh top ends in your Banshee can extend it's life, if you own your machine for any length of time, you'll probably need to tear into the bottom end at some point. Knowing how to do so yourself will help you get more familiar with your machine, as well as save you a lot of time and money over taking it to a shop. So in this video, we show the final assembly process on our 1993 Yamaha Banshee bottom end rebuild. Shop Now | Yamaha Banshee Bottom End Rebuild 🤍 Yamaha Banshee Bottom End Rebuild | Part 1: Disassembly 🤍 Yamaha Banshee Bottom End Rebuild | Part 2: Inspection 🤍 Click Here To Subscribe To Our Channel! 🤍 Follow Us On Social Media! FACEBOOK: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍
Just finished the rebuild on the Banshee, and test drove it. I'm happy with it.
Yamaha banshee rebuild after crank seized! 132$ in parts and my third build on a atv motor.
Although performing regular maintenance and keeping up with your top ends in your Banshee can extend it's life, if you own your machine for any length of time, you'll probably need to tear into the bottom end at some point. Knowing how to do so yourself will help you get more familiar with your machine, as well as save you a lot of time and money over taking it to a shop. So in this video, we show the proper steps to rebuild the bottom end on this 1993 Yamaha Banshee, starting with the disassembly process. Shop Now | Yamaha Banshee Bottom End Rebuild 🤍 Yamaha Banshee Bottom End Rebuild | Part 2: Inspection 🤍 Yamaha Banshee Bottom End Rebuild | Part 3: Assembly 🤍 Click Here To Subscribe To Our Channel! 🤍 Follow Us On Social Media! FACEBOOK: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍
Truing a two stroke crankshaft can seem like somewhat of a black art. In this video I show you how to set up the truing stand, how to check for trueness, how to read and interpret the dial indicator, and how to tackle the various ways a 2 stroke crank can be out of true. This method can be used on some four stroke crankshafts too. Old video on the same subject here: 🤍 Cheap easy DIY truing stand: 🤍 Support me on Patreon! 🤍 Donate to 2STROKE STUFFING 🤍 Instagram 🤍 twitter 🤍 facebook 🤍
Non Doweled crankshaft bearing orientation.
After i replace the oil crank seal,still a little trans fluid to burn off :) and i didn't split the case.
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Yamaha Banshee tear down.
Fast quad donuts on dry pavement
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Waited for some warmer weather to leak test the engine...the test showed the leaks and now I can fix them! Thanks for watching!
Cycle World Technical Editor Kevin Cameron answers your motorcycle engineering and mechanical questions. In this episode, many people have encountered “elephant-ears-flapping” crankshaft vibration. Kevin explains why it’s happening in every engine all around us. I want to talk about "elephant-ears-flapping" vibration in crankshafts. That wonderful description comes from Cycle World's Italian correspondent Bruno dePrato, who was speaking of vibration that can occur in crankshafts. Here is an example of a two-stroke crankshaft, but this movement can also happen in four-strokes. In this case, a pair of flywheels is joined by a crankpin that is pressed into the two flywheels. These two flywheels are constantly being accelerated by combustion pushing down on the piston. The result is the two flywheels vibrate toward and apart from one another, as Bruno puts it, like elephant ears flapping. This system of two masses and a crankpin is reduced in frequency by adding the mass of the ignition rotor. When the Yamaha RD400 came out, it had larger and heavier flywheels. Therefore, they vibrated at a lower frequency. When the mass of the ignition rotor was added, the vibration was considerable. A discerning racer coming home from a weekend at the club races took off the cylinder and put a feeler gauge between the flywheel and the connecting rod. Instead of the usual 0.017 to 0.018 of an inch, he found the clearance had increased to 0.024. He went to another club race and when he came home 0.024 had become 0.028. Here’s what was happening: The ignition flywheel was slowly walking off the crankpin. With the extra mass of the ignition rotor, the elephant-ears vibratory mode was slow enough to come into step with the engine’s firing frequency. The bearings were not enough to completely prevent this vibration. Eventually his crankshaft would have gotten so much wider that it would crowd the bearing between the flywheel and ignition rotor and then destroy it. Many people have encountered this charming elephant-ears-flapping crankshaft vibration. It’s happening in every engine all around us. Most of them manage to survive it, but occasionally there is a failure. Read the full article here: 🤍 Subscribe to Cycle World Youtube: 🤍 Read more from Cycle World: 🤍 Buy Cycle World Merch: 🤍
Weird noise on crank since the install of cpi pipes and filters straight of the carbs. noise referring to is the almost duck like squeak Noise only appears to happen on the intake stroke so assuming it is just breathing heavy or possibly by vibration on the reads
Here's the other end of the banshee crank being checked
Quick assembly video of the bottom end/transmission on the banshee. Few of the specifics without sitting through the basics. *Please Subscribe For more!* Whatdafunk by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (🤍 Artist: 🤍
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Banshee 4mil motor assembly. 58x115 crank with stock cylinders. My MC hardcore port for the 4mil and some other little goodies tossed in.
Tony was smoking to much shit
Most aftermarket cranks come with substandard components, and can be quite untrue. We rework these right out of the box
Part 1 of the engine rebuild. This is a 2SI 690L-70 engine complete overhaul starting with the crankshaft and replacement of the rods.
Got my first round of parts in for Yamaha Banshee 350 rebuild. Going with Wiseco Pistons again, Hot Rods crankshaft, Vertex seal kit. All of these parts came together in a Banshee engine rebuild kit from ebay seller inland_atv Background music is "Twisted Metal" provided royalty free by TeknoAXE. Music URL: 🤍 Music License URL 🤍
Yamaha Banshee 1987 - 2012 | Complete Engine Build Step by Step #2stroke #banshee #yamaha Hey guys, this is the Voodoo Banshee complete engine build tutorial. Most of these procedures will be the same for any basic modded Banshee engine 1987-2012. I will be doing a more stock version of this video in the future for those that do not have many mods. If this video helped you, please consider liking and subscribing! 🤘 VIDEO LINKS Stock Banshee Engine Build - COMING SOON Engine Case Prep - 🤍 Shift Star Mod - 🤍 Shift Window Mod - 🤍 Clutch Free Play Adjustment (Aftermarket) - 🤍 Clutch Free Play Adjustment (Stock) - 🤍 Stator Plate Mod - 🤍 CHAPTERS 0:00 – Intro CENTER CASES 1:37 – Shift Forks and Shift Drum 6:39 – Shift Star Install 8:06 – Assembling Case Halves 10:12 – Crank and Transmission Seals 14:28 – Transmission Installation 15:09 – Crankshaft Installation 17:43 – Clutch Actuation Arm CLUTCH SIDE 20:11 – External Shift Mechanism Assembly 23:29 – Shift Shaft Installation 24:27 – Shift Shaft Adjustment 26:39 – Kickstarter Assembly 27:55 – Idler Gear Installation 28:53 – Clutch Basket/Inner Hub Installation 30:56 – Water pump and Primary Drive Gear 32:39 – Clutch Pack Installation 34:54 – Clutch Pusher/Pancake Bearing 35:48 – Pressure Plate and Lockup Clutch 38:42 – Clutch Cover/Coolant Tube 41:20 – Water pump/Impeller Install STATOR SIDE 46:04 – Stator Installation/ Timing Adjustment 48:19 – Flywheel Installation 50:13 – Sprocket/Case Saver Assembly 52:12 – Stator Cover Installation TOP END 53:36 – Ring Gap and Installation 55:50 – Piston and Ring Installation 59:59 – Cylinder installation 1:05:36 – Aftermarket Cool Head Setup 1:08:32 – Cool Head Installation 1:09:37 – Reeds and Intake Boot Installation SHOWCASE/CLOSING 1:11:14 – Showcasing the Engine 1:11:48 – Running/Revving the Engine 1:12:42 - Closing PARTS AND TOOLS IN THIS VIDEO - (These links may be affiliate links that I get a kick back for; there is no added cost to you) Service Manual - 🤍 Snap Ring Pliers - 🤍 Assembly Lube - 🤍 JIS Screwdriver Set - 🤍 Shift Star Mod - 🤍 Blue Threadlocker – 🤍 Red Loctite - 🤍 Yamabond 6B - 🤍 Countershaft Collar (Lightweight) – Head Stud Kit (Pro Design, Higher Quality but without the allen head tops)- 🤍 Shift Detent w/ Bearing - 🤍 Clutch/Flywheel Holder - 🤍 T-Handle Allens - 🤍 Aluminum Drain Plug – 🤍 Pancake Bearing Mod - 🤍 Dielectric Grease – 🤍 Cometic Gasket Kit – 🤍 Billet Impeller – 🤍 Milwaukee Impact – 🤍 Billet Waterpump Cover - 🤍 CNC Dipstick – 🤍 Billet Stator Plate - 🤍 DRW Case Saver – 🤍 Billet Sprocket Nut – 🤍 Calipers – 🤍 Feeler Gauge - 🤍 Benol Oil – 🤍 Torque Wrench - 🤍 Torque Wrench Adaptor - 🤍 COMPANIES I TRUST Rocky Mountain ATV MC – 🤍 Bonehead Performance Coatings - 🤍 (Mention my name and get 10% off) DMR - 🤍 Rocket Ron - 🤍 DRW Performance - 🤍 (Code SABO10 for 10% off) Obor Tires - 🤍 (Code 10MIKESABO for 10% off) AP3 Racing - 🤍 (Code SABO20 for 20% off) AGMX - 🤍 (Code SABO15 for 15% off) MERCH - 🤍 Add me on Instagram 🤍michaelsabo350 for Channel Updates! Companies and Sponsors please contact: michaelsabo350🤍gmail.com I own the license to use any and all music in this video.
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Video of me testing the lower connecting rod journal wear. This was done on a 1987 Kawasaki KX125, but is applicable to almost all motorcycles.
Banshee Crankshaft Taper Repair, Woodruff Key and Rattling Flywheel Fix. Remove flywheel, sand high points down, lap with lapping / grinding compound, clean shaft and flywheel, install flywheel woodruff key in keyway and then torque nut to spec using blue loctite.
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