i’m Tony .
i’m from egypt and i have a fz 750 with a 16 teeth front sprocket and 47 teeth rear sprocket (i know that the stock sprockets are 16 front and 44 rear but i want to have the best for racing ) so i was looking for someone tel tell me what are the best gears ratio or final drive ratio for racing with other big bikes…
Hi guys.recently my 750 cant shift gears properly. At times it will only move to third gear and that will be it. I would like to open gearbox myself but looks like for one to reach to the gears you have to strip open even the whole engin. Is that the case with an Fz 750?
So, I finally convinced the ladies in my life that a motorcycle is necessary for true happiness. Haha, they took a little longer than I had hoped. Anyway, I final found a classic in good shape for the price. I only paid a grand for her. Couple issues I’m having with the machine. Bike is titled as a 1987 Yamaha FZ 750, but I never find the model under that year. I do not have a service manual or owners manual to solidify one way or the other. Maybe their are other ways to identify the proper year. Also the throttle is slow to close after release, I think there is a minor bend in the handlebar causing this as I have already replaced the faulty cable. Any other ideas? Any websites someone can recommend for FZ parts or good aftermarket handlebars? Not sure of the OEM measurements or how to take them. (true motorcycle freshmen)
Any help anyone can give on any matter mentioned or not would be awesome. Any ideas to make a FZ super clean, I plan on riding sans fairings. Very minimalist.
To The Hilt,