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Old 12-13-2012, 02:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This is a long shot but does anyone have a Speedstar gasket kit SPD-5PX09-59-04. They are discontinued and I cant find one in stock anywhere. Thanks for the help.
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Pretty sure I bought the last one in the country two months ago. Sorry

Hope you find it. You looking for it to save coin by not having to buy everything separate?
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This is a long shot but does anyone have a Speedstar gasket kit SPD-5PX09-59-04. They are discontinued and I cant find one in stock anywhere. Thanks for the help.
You can attempt to purchase the '02-03' Trani recall kit from a dealer which will have all the engine gaskets. These kits were available for about $75.00 US on ebay about year ago.
I regret not purchasing the kit then!
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Pretty sure I bought the last one in the country two months ago. Sorry

Hope you find it. You looking for it to save coin by not having to buy everything separate?
and i have it now. sorry again
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You can attempt to purchase the '02-03' Trani recall kit from a dealer which will have all the engine gaskets. These kits were available for about $75.00 US on ebay about year ago.
I regret not purchasing the kit then!
Alan, do you happen to know the part number for this kit? I have been looking for one too... Thanks.
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Cal, since I happen to have this part# handy I'll offer it in case helpful to you. The Trans recall part/gasket kit was #90891-10119-00. PDF attached is from the Trans Recall Tech Bulletin. I hear the 'kit' is sorta hard to find.

Originally the UK kit# was 90891-10120-00 which didn't include the piston rings and maybe a couple other bits. Dunno if that changed.

Be careful because it seems many sellers now want to sell the gear kit by itself, and everything else separate.
Originally the kit# had everything on the list attached. Those days seem to be gone as far as I can tell.
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Just looking to save some coin is all. Thanks for the help though guys.
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Does anyone know if the Speedstar gaskets are any different from the standard Yamaha gaskets?
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Californiacruiser, If you want some Hi-Comp pistons also here is an ok deal Yamaha RoadStar Warrior High Compression Piston Kit with Performance Gasket Set | eBay
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Thanks but already have the pistons.
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