This is the new deluxe version of our Yamaha XS650 Engine Stand Brackets. It is used to mount your XS650 engine to a typical car engine stand, and it allows the engine to be rotated upside down to split the cases. To do this, support arms are added and the engine is spun upside down on the stand, then the "lower links" are able to pivot out the way to allow you to split the case halves. The support arms are only needed when turning the engine over. These brackets are also great for engine rebuilding as well as making an engine test stand.
The brackets have slots and holes to ensure they'll work with almost every style of engine stand mounting plate (both slotted and the style with just 4 holes). If you are unsure if this will work with your engine stand, feel free to text or email us pictures with some measurements, and we'll do our best to help.
The brackets, links, and arms are powder-coated black, and it comes with all the metric hardware needed to mount your XS650 engine to a typical car engine stand. Includes left and right brackets, two lower links, two support arms with felt pads, two aluminum spacers, and metric hardware.
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Customer Reviews 2 item(s)
- Worth every penny
These brackets are the easiest thing ever to work with, and solve a lot of annoying issues when it comes to service, i.e a transmission, and even handier when it comes to splitting the case. The deluxe version is superior and if you work on these engines it’s a must have to make life easier!
- Wish I had this the last time I rebuilt the engine.
Only minor issue I had was the long bushing was almost a press fit onto the bolt. The other slipped on easy but the longer one required me to hold the bushing in one hand and push while twisting the bolt into it. All the other bushings measured .406 inner diameter but the long one for some odd reason measured 10mm/.396. Had I not been able to get the bolt in I would have had to take the bushing to work and drill it out on the lathe. Like I said, very minor issue.
Other that that, works great so far. Can spin the engine any way I want on the engine stand and not worry about it falling off. Brackets are made of heavy gage steel, extremely sturdy. Haven't been able to use the system yet to it's full capacity since I haven't split the cases yet, but am looking forward to it.