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I just bought a 2005 WR 250FT and love it so far. I am in the process of breaking it in right now. After break in I want to do the modification that everyone talks about with the Throttle Screw, Exhaust, and Grey Wire. Does anyone know if the 2005 WR 250 is any different than the earlier models. I assume the mod would be performed the same. I want to get going on the higher performance mod but am a little scared about tearing into my 2 day old bike. Thanks

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I want to do the modification that everyone talks about [...] Does anyone know if the 2005 WR 250 is any different than the earlier models.

mods are the same. read through this entire thread,

https://thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=204615

and of course the venerable 250F FAQ at

http://www.thumperfaq.com/sitemap.htm

don't worry about tearing into your new bike; the FREE MODS are easy to undertake, and will get you familiar with your new bike a well.

congratulations on the new ride and have fun.

jim aka the wrooster

'01 wr250f

ps, see also:

https://thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=204064

and

https://thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=201558

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Exactly what wrooster said. I was hesitant at first with a new bike but its really no big deal. you HAVE to do all the free mods at least. It does make a difference. Your not going to hurt anything only improve. Real easy, read through the docs and your all set. any Q's just ask.

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hey, even I might be able to do this with these pics to help out. thx.

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You are welcome but please don't respond to posts that old. :applause:

HUH? Did I break a "rule?"

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Good, a fellow Texan! My 05 wr is a new bike with the mods. I was a little scared myself but all is good! Do the mods. and enjoy. Dont skimp on other bike armor and stuff if budget allows, unless you are not riding the trails hard! :applause:

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