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I just bought a 1998
Use heavy duty SAE 80W-90 gear oil
Engine oil does work but the oil will not last as long nor will it protect the bearing's/gear's as well as gear oil. Thick dif oil can work to.
Also the gear box is should be sealed.
on Oct 23, 2017
My son was riding his 2004 blaster was having a
Sounds like you need a rebuild. Dont use cheap china parts, go online to http://www.amazon.com/Wiseco-PK1089-2-Stroke-Piston-Top-End/dp/B0050FYN4Y/ref=sr_1_sc_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1420937950&sr=8-2-spell&keywords=yamaha+blaster+wise+co And get this. This should be everything you need to rebuild it. Now you need to MIX your oil. Not use the tank. Google blaster oil tank bypass and just remove the tank as it can tear up the engine badly. The oil pump can send shards of plastic into the crank and cause it to fail. Once you have done this, You can have the engine built, mix the oil 32:1 and insert into the gas tank. After this is all complete it should all be running even smoother then before. For any other help go to www.Blasterforum.com
on Jan 11, 2015
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