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    Yamaha Superjet Flywheel Lock and Flywheel Puller

    I am pulling the flywheel to inspect (and likely replace the lighting coil in our) Superjet. Decided to go this route to try to remove the flywheel with the engine remaining in the ski with the fuel tank removed:





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    https://www.blowsion.com/cold-fusion...-flywheel-lock

    Will return to post how it goes...

    And, oh yeah, this is one of my most favorite tools on the planet:

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    Re: Yamaha Superjet Flywheel Lock and Flywheel Puller

    You shouldn't have to hold or lock the engine from turning with that set up. Leave the plugs in and tap with hammer as your in packing, works for me anyway. Good luck.

    Now would be a good time to send wheel to zero for lightiing.

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    Re: Yamaha Superjet Flywheel Lock and Flywheel Puller

    Quote Originally Posted by driftmaster View Post
    Now would be a good time to send wheel to zero for lightiing.
    Who is zero and how do I get a hold of them? And this is a 61x flywheel, so does it need to be lightened? Thanks for your help.
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    Re: Yamaha Superjet Flywheel Lock and Flywheel Puller

    Zero is a member on xh20. Pm him or post on his wall. You dont have to lighten but it will give a little bost. For a i think 100$ spot it worth it to me. He does very nice work. It will come back very pretty.

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    Re: Yamaha Superjet Flywheel Lock and Flywheel Puller

    Just used the "SBT #80-104 Universal Flywheel Puller (Except Kaw 900/1100/1200)" on the '94 701cc 61x Superjet.

    The flywheel popped right off with only an 18" breaker bar and very little torque (no impact wrench needed).

    Note: I had to put the SBT puller plate into the drill press and drill out the three holes for the 61x about 3mm's or so to get the three puller bolts to line up straight to thread into the flywheel without cross-threading. Shouldn't have to do that, but it was no big deal and, once that was done, worked beautifully.

    The Cold-Fusion flywheel holder is simply a brilliantly designed tool which works as advertised. Note: There are three holes to thread it into the case, but only two will thread in completely, one case "hole" is just a shallow recess for an alignment pin on the flywheel case.
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    Re: Yamaha Superjet Flywheel Lock and Flywheel Puller

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