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 Iso 08 Zuma OEM Parts 
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Post Iso 08 Zuma OEM Parts
Just started riding the scoot again. Took a few hundred kicks but its back up and running after sitting for about a year of no use. Did a few minor upgrade but lost some parts along the way. Would concider buying someones unwanted parts but prefer new. Its not that I cant find the parts, im in need of suggestions from my fellow zuma owners of places with a good rep, prices and quick shipping. Places where everyone else it getting their oem replacment parts. Thatnks in advace and ride safe.

Here are a few of the parts im currently iso:

Belt (needs replacing)
Variator weights (they have visable flat spots so need replacing, is there a tuning kit for the stock variator)
Main switch (scoot was stollen and they broke the old switch)
Trunk cable (theifs rigged the cable up and the led ball on the end of the cable fell off)

I also had something pop while I was jumping it and now the tail light wont work. The rest of the lighting works fine. Im going to post in the builds section but if there is a part I may have fried, I will be needing that too. Again thank in advance.


Fri Mar 29, 2019 4:40 pm
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Post Re: Iso 08 Zuma OEM Parts
You should be able to get any of those parts from any Yamaha dealer. I recently put in an order from boats.net, which seems to still have the best prices you can get. But they don't seem to have a scooter catalogues on their website anymore. So I used yamahasportsplaza.com to look up the parts, then pulled them up on boats.net using the part numbers. Boats.net charged me a total of $150 (I added one extra screw to bump up my total just enough to get to free shipping territory) for an order the other site was going to charge me almost $190 for.

If you want an actual tuning roller kit you'll have to get that aftermarket. But unless you're planning to do some modifications I don't see why you would need that. Just get the OEM replacements, or buy aftermarket options at the same weight (which, according to this thread varied from 7-7.5 grams, apparently dependent on what the factory happened to have on hand that day).

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Sun Mar 31, 2019 10:21 am
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Post Re: Iso 08 Zuma OEM Parts
I have a lot of extra parts, I’ll send you a message.

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Fri Apr 12, 2019 3:14 pm
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Post Re: Iso 08 Zuma OEM Parts
Ordered the roller weights, exhaust gasket, air filter and seal, main switch, seat cable tail light assembly and the air shroud. Recieved them today and hoping to put atleast the roller weights, air filter and seal, exhaust gasket and fan shroud on today or tomorrow. @pat-daddy@ went with boats.net, thanks. Only issue I had was having some of the items shipping pushed back because they weren't in stock (just an assumption). @boxybrown, I can let you know what else I need once I figure out whats wrong atm. Im about to post my issue.


Tue Apr 16, 2019 1:18 pm
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Post Re: Iso 08 Zuma OEM Parts
So my origional problem Is I cant reach my normal top speed and I have a huge loss of power going up hills and riding against the wind. Did some research and most of the suggestion were refering to the roller weights, exhaust and intake. So needless to say I'm hoping that this fixes my problem. If I continue to have the same problems I'm going to clean the carburetor and clutch out. I don't have the specialty tool needed to remove the clutch so that's the next thing I'm going to need help finding. I've seen one that basically just looks like a big wrench but im also seeing something different on Amazon. Again any help is appreciated.


Wed Apr 17, 2019 11:24 am
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Post Re: Iso 08 Zuma OEM Parts
New roller weights and air filter are installed. Not sure exactly what the piece behind the variator is but I pulled that off as well and noticed that the three rollers were jammed up. Pulled the rollers out and cleaned it all up (wouldnt have even noticed the pins and springs behind the rollers if I hadnt cleaned it). Havent installed the exhaust gasket yet but I took it for a ride and still peaks at 35. Gonna do the exhaust gasket tomorrow and see if that does anything but the only other things I can think of is the carb needing to be cleaned, the spark plug and maybe a new belt. If anyone has any other suggestions please let me know, this is my daily driver at the moment because my car has a blown head gasket. Again thanks for any advice.


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Post Re: Iso 08 Zuma OEM Parts
Clean the carb
Dial in carbs through plug chops to make sure jetting is right.
Check for full belt travel on the variator
Use the sharpie trick to mark the face of the variator from the center to the edge and see how much is wiped off after you ran it down the road full throttle 2mm would be the most you would want to see.
Check for exhaust leak by plugging exhaust with a rag if it kills immediately You are good and dont need to change gasket .

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