Just picked up Grizzly after rebuild , now break in engine . Want to thank everyone who gave me direction to getting this resolved . Especially REOGEM !
Yes , they did the rebuild . Matt said he talked with you a while ago . He said dump the oil and filter in 100 to 200 miles . After break in . Im a slow poke when it comes to putting miles on , looks like i will have to ride the darn thing some before winter When they did yours do you remember if they replaced valve seat,s ? Or has this been the problem along (ring,s) ? Happen to read the post where the guy said to make sure dealer replaces valve seals even though Yamaha would not pay for them . As long as it's not burning oil don,t know if that is necessary .
Took it out tonight and put maybe ten miles on up to 35 mph and average 20 . I had 170 hours with 700 miles . So quite a bit of idle time . Gonna try and get some more time onit at 15 to 40 mph . Tech told me just to not run it wide open and vary the rpms. He also said early on they were replacing valve seats and or guides . But that was not the problem it was the soft ring . All they have rebuilt with top end kit did not burn oil after the fact .If you ride slow, or do a lot of idling, consider 10 m.p.h. average use.
So after 10 hours and not 100 miles to change the oil.
Thats what they did . Got it back and was told to treat it like a new engine and break in . Sits overnight then on start up it smokes like a banshee ! Its a 16 with 700 miles on it .Don't know what year yours is but if it's a 16-18 they need to replace the cylinder. That and the rings is the problem with those engines. Been there done that.
You would think your dealer after doing a top end would test to make sure your engine was working properly before releasing even if it took accouple more days, it almost seems like they did nothing, who ever did the mechanic work on your motor at their dealer I wouldn't trust repairing a wheel barrel, something was put together wrong or they cheaped out not replacing all the parts, or the parts they used was defective also, they didn't even check to make sure.Thats what they did . Got it back and was told to treat it like a new engine and break in . Sits overnight then on start up it smokes like a banshee ! Its a 16 with 700 miles on it .
In most cases warranty work cost is shared by the manufacture and the dealer, so they cut corners every chance they get, as you now know. Most dealer parts changers hate to work on warranty stuff.Thats what they did . Got it back and was told to treat it like a new engine and break in . Sits overnight then on start up it smokes like a banshee ! Its a 16 with 700 miles on it .