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Old 06 October 2016, 13:18   #1
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Yamaha 703 and bits

I've bought a Yamaha 90hp 2 stroke of 1996 vintage

I'm after a 703 remote, 25 litre fuel tank and pipes and a Tacho,

would heed to be able to post to me.

Does anybody have anything listed above

many thanks

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Old 11 October 2016, 13:50   #2
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Ive managed to get hold of a new tilt gauge

still looking for 703 remote

22litre tank and pipwork

Multifunction tacho (6y5 series)

or analogue tacho

anything you may have please let me know

thanks


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Old 11 October 2016, 14:54   #3
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Contact Davie here on the forum he's a yamaha dealer and those controls are surprisingly cheap new but he may have a used one too
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thanks for that

will do

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Leccy aside most manual controls will work the throttle and gears. It's the multi pole connector that usually causes the compatibility issues.

I have a hulk 25 litre if you want to fight the fuel gauge window back in... its just taking space up in my garage so yours for the postage but good luck getting the thing to seal. (I have the bits, just not assembled after umpteen attempts! )

+1 for Davie. He's helped keep / get 3 of my museum pieces running.
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Leccy aside most manual controls will work the throttle and gears. It's the multi pole connector that usually causes the compatibility issues.

I have a hulk 25 litre if you want to fight the fuel gauge window back in... its just taking space up in my garage so yours for the postage but good luck getting the thing to seal. (I have the bits, just not assembled after umpteen attempts! )

+1 for Davie. He's helped keep / get 3 of my museum pieces running.
thanks for that

Im all sorted now

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