Carb Capatibility Question

Will a stock BSR carb from a 2006 DRZ400 SM fit a 2004 KLX400?

Yup, it will

stock carb on the SR model.

the R model will need throttle cables & inlet & outlet boots & clamps from the SR model to adapt.

stock carb on the SR model.

the R model will need throttle cables & inlet & outlet boots & clamps from the SR model to adapt.

What's the SR model?

The Kawasaki KLX-400 came in two versions:

The KLX-400R, the off-road-only bike.

The KLX-400SR, the street-legal dual-purpose bike.

These bikes are just rebadged Suzuki DR-Z400 models.

The DR-Z400 also came in the off-road-only and dual-purpose versions:

DR-Z400E, off-road

DR-Z400S, dual-purpose

So:

KLX-400R = DR-Z400E

KLX-400SR = DR-Z400S

The Kawasaki KLX-400 came in two versions:

The KLX-400R, the off-road-only bike.

The KLX-400SR, the street-legal dual-purpose bike.

These bikes are just rebadged Suzuki DR-Z400 models.

The DR-Z400 also came in the off-road-only and dual-purpose versions:

DR-Z400E, off-road

DR-Z400S, dual-purpose

So:

KLX-400R = DR-Z400E

KLX-400SR = DR-Z400S

Thanks. I was familiar with the DRZ model types, but not the KLX, which is kinda funny because that's what I have. I have the off-road only model with a street legal kit, so it looks like I'll need the boots, clamps, and throttle cable. By the way is there a way to mark these threads as [solved] ?

What is wrong with the FCR on your bike? It is the better of the two as long as it works.

Multiple problems actually. I have written about it on another thread I created while diagnosing problems starting my bike, you can search for it. Basically, one of the mounts for a float bowl screw is stripped, and idle screw is broken (both the cable and the part where it screws in), and it keeps getting stuck an not letting gas through it, even though I cleaned it out. I think I can get the BSR36 cheap, so I might buy it to at least hold me over until I can purchase the fcr-mx.

Ah, ok. I missed that. Sorry.

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