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Jetting D-Base for YZ/WR 250F


Peteyur

Nope it didn't fix it.
I took it back to the shop in traverse city Michigan and they bought and installed a fmf jet kit and told me it was fixed and charged me another $145.00 and now not only does it have a big bog but also has a serious hesitation at mid throttle.
Please help!!


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