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  1. I have a 2019 GT 900 that I had redone by Traxxion Dynamics. Just pulled out the old stock springs and measured them. 30.7cm, 307mm or about 12 1/8 inches.
  2. I can't think of any reason not to change the oil more than the book says. If you feel like changing it at 100 miles and again at 600 and then again at 1200, or whatever number you pick, it can't hurt. If it makes you feel better about it all you're wasting is some of your time and a few bucks.
  3. Probably not something I could justify. Mostly dreaming.
  4. Nice stuff. Do you have part numbers or size to look for? I'm interested. Just saw your response and went to website. Yes it is expensive. $45 for just the axle nut. Any idea if the axle bolt is available in Titanium?
  5. Read my original post. I've edited this because item failed. Please reconsider using this type.
  6. 2019 GT. Sorry I didn't state that. If you click on link and look at reviews, mine is the one that states it fits 2019 GT perfectly.
  7. I ordered this one https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07ZPYGXB5/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 . Fit perfectly and was about 1cm thick .
  8. For me it just didn't feel right. When I would shift under heavy throttle you would feel a noticeable deceleration, as in it would cut ignition for too long. I also had someone else ride it that was more familiar with the QS and he also agreed there was something wrong with it.
  9. I've disabled my QS with this method and have ridden it for almost 2 years now with QS off. Out of curiosity I tried to turn QS back on with this method but couldn't get it to turn on. Anybody have any thing to add?
  10. I did it and voted. What I noticed is that at first push on bike there is a good amount of resistance and I can hear it pull the chain tight. This is after sitting overnight and therefore the clutch would be about as dry and plates would be as compressed together as they would ever be. After first roll back and forth it then seemed to lessen up on resistance and rolled more easily. Still a little there but much less than at first. Hope this helps.
  11. For any that don't want Quickshifter you can disable by holding gear shift lever up for 10-12 seconds when turning on the key. I'm pretty sure this is it. Please correct if not.
  12. Here is a link to the Owners Manual. https://www.mediafire.com/file/ztol49lszldw0gt/Tracer_900GT_owners_Manual.pdf/file PM me for link to Shop Service manual.
  13. Was there on my 2019 when I got it but I've since thrown it out.
  14. I can't say for sure but I think this (MTT09DALB) is the same as American model and would use same manual. I've noticed that some of illustrations in my manual show old LED dash. Guess it's just mistakes in publishing. Copied from another post. I personally like having the paper book. Find it easier to read. I do also have the PDF file if anyone wants it just PM me and you can have it. It's not searchable but if that is important to you here is where you can buy one at what I'd say is a good price. $17.95 for digital download. https://servicemanualwarehouse.com/yamaha-2020-tracer-900-gt-service-manual/#product-reviews Here is a paper copy but it isn't bound like my original. $40. Has some cheap plastic holding it together. http://www.service-shop-repair-manual.com/yamaha-tracer-900-gt-tracer-900-part-lit-11616-32-10-service-shop-repair-manual/ And here is OEM at $78. https://www.partzilla.com/product/yamaha/LIT-11616-32-10 PM me for PDF.
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