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2001 wr250f jetting ?

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Just bought A stock 2001 wr250f, I removed the airbox cover, Cut the gray wire, Cut the throttle-stop screw, And stock yzf exhaust. Can anyone give me ballpark jetting. Should I change to yzf timing also?

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Are you having any problems?

Stock jetting is usually a fairly good setting. Check the carburetor to see what jets are in it now. The YZ jetting is not much different on your model.

James

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Thanks, I'll check the jetting in the carb vs my manual to see where i'm at for starts. Do you think the stock timing will work with my mods.

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If I can't seem to get it jetted right, with the mods that I have done so far. What total mods would I need to do to run stock yzf jetting?

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The jetting is nearly the same on a 2001 WR250F. Try 1 step richer clip position and keep adjusting the fuel screw inwards or outwards to find the setting with best response.

James

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Pay attention to the topend/main jet.

I remember when I made those exact changes I went up on the main to a #175.

I was riding on a familier firebreak wide open and was looking for another gear!! Very noticeable.

Later I also ended up going to a richer needle (Yamaha obeln #5nl-14916-en From the manual)That seemed to help also.

My bike now: 01 WR250f Free mods/FMF Q 03' ex cam

1500 ft

Pilot #42

Main #175

leak #40

Needle JD Blue clip pos. #4

Just some info to let you know your in the ball park!!

ALL MODS LEARNED ON THUMPERTALK!!!!!

Let us know how it goes.

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