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So I recently bought a 1997 XR400. I've done some research into getting more power through some basic mods and rejetting the carbs. Though all of the ones I've found have been for post 98 XR400s so the stock carb set up is a lot different. Usually people are opening up the airbox, exhaust ect. ect. and Jetting their carbs up to 160/162 for mains around 60 ish (I think) for the pilot. However for the 97 model this is close to stock for the jets.
So essentially what Im asking (Just to cut to the chase ) Has anyone got a 96/97 (maybe 98, not sure) XR400 and has done these similar mods, and what sort of jetting have to done as a result.
Thanks in advanced, also its my first post so apologies if I havent done everything correctly.
38MM Cast SmartCarb. Purchased a couple years ago for a yz250. Don't have the bike anymore, and it has been sitting around for about a year. Used, but in fine working condition. You can also purchase a different needle for different bikes, as well as rebuild kits from their website.
Asking $250 shipped to continental United States. I can arrange other shipping options at the buyers expense.
Hey guys I just bought a bike last night. So the seller said the bike will turn on but then die. We didn't try it because it was really late at night and it was raining (seat was wet). But he said if you bump start it, it will turn on and ride. So what do you think the problem is? I just want to make sure it runs... I probably won't be able to bump start it till Saturday (rain)... It's a four stroke, and I know absolutely nothing about them. Thanks.
I have the following to sell...
215 grip studs with the insert tool. Only 2 rides on them. $70 + shipping
Stock 17’ 300xc silencer with enduro engineering spark arrestor. (Small dent, a few scratches) $70+shipping
hyde skid plate for 17’ 300xc in good shape just your normal scratches. $60+shipping
mikuni 40mm carb with 2-3 rides on it. Includes throttle cable/ tube. Also extra jets and such. $175+shipping
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By Charles Mrizek
This replaces the tube that connects the two carbs on a 1987 Honda XR600R (it may fit other years).
Made in the USA.
Constructed of TPU (solvent safe plastic.)
Its durable stiff abrasion resistant yet flexible enough you never have to worry about breaking it when you're taking apart your carbs.
Fits the o-ring perfectly and slips into the carb nice and tight.
Matches the rear shock coil.
If you would like to buy one contact me via e-mail. They cost $20 Shipping is free (anywhere in the USA). $10 off for active duty or retired military.
Make your subject: XR600r