Seal & O-ring Specifications

All the work you do in the workshop. Maintenance, repair, troubleshooting, customizing, etc.
User avatar
radare
Site Founder
Site Founder
Posts: 8149
Joined: Mon Nov 07, 2011 12:42 pm
Region or State: Rocky Mountains
Motorcycles Owned Currently: '92 XJR600, '92 Seca II
Location: Denver, CO
Contact:

Seal & O-ring Specifications

Post by radare » Thu Aug 16, 2012 10:44 pm

There are several lip-type seals and o-rings on the XJ600 (Seca II) which can be sourced locally, in lieu of ordering the stock Yamaha part. As you find this information, post it up here and I'll assemble it into a spec sheet for The Wall.

User avatar
radare
Site Founder
Site Founder
Posts: 8149
Joined: Mon Nov 07, 2011 12:42 pm
Region or State: Rocky Mountains
Motorcycles Owned Currently: '92 XJR600, '92 Seca II
Location: Denver, CO
Contact:

Stator Seal

Post by radare » Thu Aug 16, 2012 10:49 pm

Many thanks to Slimtech for finding this information!

Stator Oil Seal
Yamaha P/N 93102-25253
B8 SD 25 40 5 - 1L V S
slimtech wrote:It's an SD type oil seal (double lip) ID=25 mm x OD=40 mm x width=5 mm
Image

User avatar
1Oldman
XJ600 Master!
XJ600 Master!
Posts: 3753
Joined: Mon Nov 07, 2011 4:16 pm
Region or State: West Coast
Motorcycles Owned Currently: 1993 Yamaha Seca II
Location: Oceanside, CA

Re: Stator Seal

Post by 1Oldman » Wed Dec 19, 2012 6:57 pm

radare wrote:Many thanks to Slimtech for finding this information!

Stator Oil Seal
Yamaha P/N 93102-25253
B8 SD 25 40 5 - 1L V S
slimtech wrote:It's an SD type oil seal (double lip) ID=25 mm x OD=40 mm x width=5 mm
Image
For those of you unfamiliar with the parts game, the key here are the numbers on the seal itself which can be had in most any parts house for $5 or less. Yamaha wil charge considerably more.
Better to be over the hill than under it.

User avatar
slimtech
XJ Enthusiast
XJ Enthusiast
Posts: 340
Joined: Fri Mar 09, 2012 10:30 pm
Region or State: Phoenix, AZ, USA
Motorcycles Owned Currently: 1993 Yamaha Seca II 600

Re: Seal & O-ring Specifications

Post by slimtech » Wed Dec 19, 2012 8:45 pm

Clutch axle/push lever (sits on the vertical shaft running through the clutch cover)
Yamaha P/N 93102-15212
SD 15 25 5

Image
Image

Chrissturrock
New to XJR
New to XJR
Posts: 1
Joined: Sun Apr 21, 2013 8:19 am
Region or State: Canada
Motorcycles Owned Currently: Xj600sd seca ii

Re: Seal & O-ring Specifications

Post by Chrissturrock » Fri May 10, 2013 11:13 pm

My fuel petcock valve on my 92 seca xj600 just started leaking. I took the old o ring out and went to an industrial supply store and got 1.5 mm x 23mm id o ring. Put it last night so far no leak. Try this solution before buying a rebuild kit.

Chris

a_morti
Lookin' Around
Lookin' Around
Posts: 89
Joined: Wed Aug 06, 2014 4:18 am
Region or State: Gibraltar
Motorcycles Owned Currently: XJ600S project; 2004 F650GS; 1998 CBR900RR

Re: Seal & O-ring Specifications

Post by a_morti » Wed Aug 06, 2014 2:57 pm

It's not strictly in the sense of the thread but I think it fits.

Before spending $$ on each seal when rebuilding leaky carbs, try these guys. I did and will post a review when I get to the carb rebuild!

http://litetek.co/ReplacementPartsYamaha.html

PepNYC
Lookin' Around
Lookin' Around
Posts: 31
Joined: Fri Sep 12, 2014 11:53 am
Region or State: North Carolina
Motorcycles Owned Currently: 1993 XJ600

Re: Seal & O-ring Specifications

Post by PepNYC » Fri Sep 19, 2014 8:58 am

a_morti wrote:It's not strictly in the sense of the thread but I think it fits.

Before spending $$ on each seal when rebuilding leaky carbs, try these guys. I did and will post a review when I get to the carb rebuild!

http://litetek.co/ReplacementPartsYamaha.html

So that's about $46 give or take?

User avatar
upsetter
Lookin' Around
Lookin' Around
Posts: 36
Joined: Wed Sep 18, 2013 1:57 pm
Region or State: Redondo Beach, Ca.
Motorcycles Owned Currently: 72 honda sl175, 79 vespa p200, 92 secaII, 91 DR390

Re: Seal & O-ring Specifications

Post by upsetter » Mon Sep 22, 2014 7:02 pm

a bit off topic, but valve shims are 25mm used on yamaha, honda and triumphs
Image

a_morti
Lookin' Around
Lookin' Around
Posts: 89
Joined: Wed Aug 06, 2014 4:18 am
Region or State: Gibraltar
Motorcycles Owned Currently: XJ600S project; 2004 F650GS; 1998 CBR900RR

Re: Seal & O-ring Specifications

Post by a_morti » Fri Oct 03, 2014 3:14 pm

PepNYC wrote:
a_morti wrote:It's not strictly in the sense of the thread but I think it fits.

Before spending $$ on each seal when rebuilding leaky carbs, try these guys. I did and will post a review when I get to the carb rebuild!

http://litetek.co/ReplacementPartsYamaha.html

So that's about $46 give or take?
It's going to depend which carbs you have, the difference is their US bikes kit is for oil heated carbs, and the other kit is for electrically heated carbs. Or that's as near as I can tell. If you take one carb float bowl off you will soon work out which kit you need.

Quality is fine, and seals are viton instead of normal ethanol-vulnerable rubber.

andrewed1
One of the Regulars
One of the Regulars
Posts: 208
Joined: Mon Oct 05, 2015 3:51 pm
Region or State: Sydney, Australia
Motorcycles Owned Currently: XJ600 Seca II - 1992 & a 2nd 92 xj600s
Location: Sydney, Australia

Crankshaft Seal

Post by andrewed1 » Tue Dec 01, 2015 6:57 am

So with the original part being so EXPENSIVE (see above) I decided to do some investigating work and found KTM also uses a crankshaft seal the same size as ours.

The KTM part number is :0760324564 (32x45x6.5mm)

They also have a 2nd part number which is KT50307014000 (32x45x7mm) which is what i installed as the dealer did not have the other. Theses parts where a lot cheaper at only $8-S10 AUD and where readily available.

Radare advises that this seal is a 32x45x8 single-lip oil seal. The same size seal is used as a camshaft seal on the Subaru 2.5L engine. viewtopic.php?t=6298

As the manual states the seal thickness is 6.5mm and Radare show a thickness of 8mm i though i would be save with the 7mm thickness seal..

The best part is that theses seals do not have the lip the catches behind the crankcases so the next replacement will be easy just pull out and replace..

Image

Image

Post Reply

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users