How to fix the Yamaha MSX bike muffler
The Yamaha MS-X muffler is a modification to the bike’s rear suspension.
The Yamaha is not a new design, and the MSX has been around since the 1970s, but its origins go back to a Japanese motorcycle company called Yamaha that manufactured some of the world’s most iconic motorcycles.
The Yamaha MS X is a Japanese custom-built MSX model with a very unique design.
While the MS-A is still a common bike model, Yamaha decided to create a motorcycle with the unique characteristics of the MS X. The MS X was first introduced in 1988, and is still one of Yamaha’s most popular motorcycles.
While it’s not as common as the MS C, it’s a very special motorcycle that will likely never see the light of day.1.
Remove the original front forks, if you have them.
You can use a hacksaw to remove the front forks and remove the rear shock, which are bolted to the frame of the motorcycle.2.
Remove any components from the bike.
Remove everything except the fuel tank, and any accessories.3.
Disconnect the ignition coils, spark plugs, battery, alternator, and all of the wiring.4.
Discharge the battery from the battery.
You may have to unscrew the cover.5.
Remove all bolts holding the bike to the front suspension.6.
Lift the front fork, and remove all of its bolts.7.
Lift and pull the front shock, seat, and lower frame.8.
Remove and remove most of the wires from the forks and shocks.9.
Reinstall the rear shocks.10.
Remove some of that old battery pack and wire harness from the rear.