YAMAHA STAR VENTURE 2018 2019 2020 Repair Service Manual


YAMAHA STAR VENTURE 2018 2019 2020 Repair Service Manual PDF Download

Content: Workshop Manual | Repair Manual | Service Manual
File type: PDF
Total Pages: 799
Language: English
Fit Model: STAR VENTURE | STAR VENTURE TC | XV19FJ
SN: LIT-11616-31-04
SN: LIT-11616-MC-B0

Table of Contents:
1.General Information
2.Specifications
3.Periodic Inspection and Adjustment
4.Chassis
5.Engine
6.Fuel Injection System
7.Electrical System
8.Appendix


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YAMAHA YZF-R3 | R3 ABS 2019 2020 Workshop Repair Service Manual


YAMAHA YZF-R3 | R3 ABS 2019 2020 Workshop Repair Service Manual PDF Download

Content: Workshop Manual | Repair Manual | Service Manual
File type: PDF
Total Pages: 560+
Language: English
SN: LIT-11616-32-26

Table of Contents:
1.General Information
2.Specifications
3.Periodic Inspection and Adjustment
4.Chassis
5.Engine
6.Cooling System
7.Fuel Injection System
8.Electrical System
9.Appendix

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Yamaha favouring Vinales in MotoGP for 2021 and beyond


Yamaha MotoGP boss Lin Jarvis says he would be happy for Maverick Vinales to remain part of the manufacturer's line-up "for 2021 and beyond".

Vinales is responsible for six of Yamaha's seven premier-class wins since his arrival in 2017, and finished as the team's highest-placed rider in the standings this past season.

Yet as he enters the last year of his current deal, there are doubts over whether Vinales can count on a spot in Yamaha's works line-up beyond that, given the status of his squadmate Valentino Rossi and the breakout campaign put together by Fabio Quartararo for Yamaha's Petronas-backed satellite SRT operation.

Having seen Vinales - partnered with a new crew chief in Esteban Garcia and performance analyst Julian Simon - 'refind his place in the factory team' in 2019, Jarvis indicated there was no reason why Yamaha would want to split with the rider.

"Maverick started the year not in a good way," Jarvis said.

"He was really struggling after the first five or six grands prix, and at that time it was Valentino who was outperforming him.

"Valentino had some strong second-place finishes early in the year, almost won the race in Austin for instance, and Maverick was a little bit lost.



"Then I think we saw the benefit of the changes we made in the team for him, and I think gradually that group started to work and started to click, and then Maverick made his own decisions on how to set up the bike for the race weekend.

"So I think it's really encouraging that we've seen him improve his performances throughout the year.

"Another thing, I'm so thankful he's improved is his starting, because the typical thing we would see from Maverick was he would be in a decent position from the starting grid and immediately then go backwards at the beginning of the race.

"Now he's spent time and effort on that, we've made some technical changes, he's improved his starting - cancelling a weak point.

"So I think he's definitely refound his place in the factory team, shown his potential. He's the only Yamaha rider that's won two races this year, and I would certainly be happy for him to stay with us for '21 and beyond."

Vinales is believed to have other potential suitors for 2021, most notably Ducati, whose tech chief Gigi Dall'Igna hinted the Spaniard was on the firm's list.

More recently, Ducati CEO Stefano Domenicali indicated that some riders were already closing on deals for the next MotoGP contract cycle.

"Everyone is talking and some are already on the move," he said.

"There are many things to consider - but I don't think it's time to talk about specific names yet."

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MotoGP Raceweek: Quartararo targets first win after San Marino heartbreak


Fabio Quartararo is hoping to build on the "best race" of his fledgling MotoGP career so far as he targets a maiden win at the Aragon Grand Prix.

The Petronas Yamaha rookie appeared on course for victory in San Marino last time out, only to be overtaken by Marc Marquez in a thrilling finish to the race.

Forced to settle for second place on that occasion, Quartararo hopes to again be fighting at the front of the field this Sunday – and expects his bike to "go well" around the MotorLand track, considering recent results.

"For sure Misano has been the best race so far during my career and coming into this race it's a track that we saw the Yamaha in the past, like Maverick [Vinales] in 2017 on pole position, also Valentino [Rossi] was on the front row, so looks the bike is going well," said the 20-year-old Frenchman.

"It's a track that I like so, like always, we will give 100 per cent. Yes, I hope to fight in a good position."

Quartararo also claimed second place at the Catalan Grand Prix earlier in the season, ending up behind Honda rider Marquez having started the race on pole position, while he has finished third on two other occasions in 2019.

He has picked up 112 points in his debut MotoGP campaign despite admitting he is still learning on the job.

"From the beginning of the year the goal was to be rookie of the year, even when in the Sepang test [Francesco] Bagnaia was a second, more than a second, faster than us," Quartararo said, according to MotoGP's official website.

"I never expected to make already pole position, front rows and four podiums, so now I want to keep going on podiums but we need to stay calm because we are rookies and every time we going to a track that is new for us. So I keep working and learning every time."

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Valentino Rossi: Yamaha finally answering MotoGP upgrade requests


Valentino Rossi says Yamaha is now delivering updates to improve its MotoGP bike that he has been requesting for "two and a half years".

Rossi started the year with two podiums, but has failed to return to the rostrum since then while works team-mate Maverick Vinales won at Assen and Petronas SRT's Fabio Quartararo has scored three podiums in that time.

He previously noted that Yamaha had been working harder over the summer break, and a brace of top fours as well as a first front row start since Austin in April in last weekend's British Grand Prix have vindicated this assessment.

"Yamaha is starting to work on smart things; on acceleration, on electronics to manage the rear tyre better," Rossi said.

"All the things I've been asking [to have] for two and a half years, but I've never had an answer before the last few months.

"Maybe we can improve and be competitive both at the end of this year and next year."

The Yamaha is still lacking in horsepower relative to its rivals, and Rossi has called for it to at least "halve" its deficit to the likes of Ducati.

"We have improved, but we are still a long way off," he added.

"We are [usually] seven to eight seconds [behind the top finishers] in races; the other bikes do 12km/h [7.5mph] more on the straight.

"We will not be strong like Ducati on the straight, but we must work to at least halve the gap."

Over the past season, the majority of factories have move from the conventional aluminium swingarm to carbon fibre designs.

This improves tyre life - a key issue for Yamaha in recent years - but Yamaha has yet to bring its own version to its bike, with Rossi revealing this has been a frequent request of his.

"I ask many times, and I think and I hope the carbon swingarm can help us," he said.

"So I hope Yamaha can bring it as soon as possible.

"We don't have a very clear situation [on when it will be developed], but I hope and I think it won't be long before we see it."

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Rossi: Yamaha working harder since MotoGP summer break


Valentino Rossi feels that "something moved" within the Yamaha MotoGP team during the summer break in its bid to close the gap to its rival manufacturers.

Rossi had a torrid end to the first half of the 2019 campaign, as he retired from three races in succession and then finished only eighth at the Sachsenring.

But the Italian returned from the summer break with slightly improved form by finishing sixth and fourth at Brno and the Red Bull Ring respectively.

Rossi said in Austria that Yamaha has changed for the better during the summer break and was able to "make a step" in its key problem area of acceleration.

"We are quite happy, especially because it looks like the second half of the season started in a better way because the first hlaf we had [was] very negative," said Rossi, who is back to being the top Yamaha in the standings after beating Maverick Vinales to fourth at the Red Bull Ring.

"Looks like something moved in Yamaha, and Yamaha started to work harder and better to improve the bike.

"When we arrived here, Friday we understand that we made a step with electronics and acceleration and we can be more competitive because we always suffer in this track.

"This is the most important thing. For sure we have a lot of work to do because especially [Andrea] Dovizioso and [Marc] Marquez are faster than us, but it's a good way to start."

Takahiro Sumi, who replaced Kouji Tsuya last year as Yamaha's MotoGP group leader, said that the "turning point" was last season's Austrian GP, when the team publicly apologised to its riders after a disastrous qualifying.

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New 2020 Yamaha ‘not a lot different’ to current bike, but Valentino Rossi anticipates more improvements


Valentino Rossi has conceded he didn’t find too many differences to the 2020 Yamaha MotoGP prototype during Monday’s post-Czech Grand Prix test.
Despite the 40-year-old toiling through one of the most fruitless seasons in his career to date, there was much optimism in Brno as Yamaha brought new machinery to the test.

While Fabio Quartararo topped the day’s running on the old M1, Rossi managed the sixth-fastest time some four tenths down as Maverick Vinales and Franco Morbidelli were also in the mix.

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