The speedometer is indeed already quite far of in stock form. If you shorten the gearing ratio, the difference becomes even bigger. I would definitely recommend a SpeedoHealer, even if your gearing is still original. Your odometer won't count the miles/kilometers as quickly, and your speedometer...
I don't have anything to compare it to. It was just for fun.
The information (the chart) might not be particularly informative or useful, but some people (including myself) might still find it interesting to look at or analyse.
For anyone wondering, these are the only mods that might impact...
2004 Yamaha FZ6-S (FZ6 Fazer)
93,4 hp at 12.800 rpm
55,5 Nm at 10.500 rpm
Measured at the real wheel
See attached pdf file for the dyno chart
Video URL to Facebook group:
Thanks for all your comments.
I have since successfully installed the SpeedoHealer.
I must say that the instructions that come with the SpeedoHealer are actually very clear and straight forward.
The only difficulty that an unexperienced person might encounter while installing a...
I recently bought a HealTech SpeedoHealer v4 that I'm planning to install in the near future.
Because I use my FZ6 as my main means of transportation to commute to and from work every day, I would like to complete the installation process in one go, and not stubble upon any...
Perhaps the last couple of posts in this old topic can provide the answers you're looking for:
Thanks again, Gary!
To my big surprise, buying the bearings separately is actually more expensive than buying a dedicated FZ6 bearing kit...
Anyway, for anyone that might be interested in the future, the rear wheel bearing size/type is: 62/28-2RS
Thanks for your reply, Gary!
However, I was actually hoping to find out the the exact measurements/dimensions and specifications of the bearings, so I can just order them directly from my local bearings dealer.
If I go the OEM route, or buy them aftermarket from a well-known name in the...
I would like to revive this topic, because the original question was never actually answered.
So, does anyone know?
What size/type wheel bearings do I need to look for?
Thanks in advance!
Fuel leaking problem solved!
You were right on the money, @TownsendsFJR1300. It was indeed a pinched/crooked o-ring between the upper and lower part of the fuel pump housing.
Unfortunately the big o-ring between the fuel pump assembly and the fuel pump has flattened a hardened...
So today I cleaned the fuel tank and the fuel pump assembly. I also replaced the fuel pump.
Here are the results:
After reassembling everything back together again, I stumbled upon a problem. When I filled up the tank, fuel started pouring out of the white-coulered fuel...
Today I removed the fuel pump assembly from underneath the tank. This is what I encountered:
Looks pretty horrendous to me. What do you guys think?
I have rust remover by Tank Cure in the tank right now.
I'ill leave the rust remover sitting in...
I want to disassemble the fuel pump assembly for inspection, and give everything a proper clean afterwards. I already have a replacement mesh retainer for the fuel pump, but I would also like to replace any o-rings that I might encounter - like the fuel pressure regulator o-ring for...
I have not yet been able to determine whether or not the fuel pump is faulty, since the bike can not be plugged into a computer. I have Idea no on how I can somehow monitor the fuel pressure while the bike is running.
I doubt the fuel pump is bad, but the fuel pump mesh might very wel be badly...