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  1. blacksunday12101

    Considering a WR450

    well the cr450f races in the 250 mx class if thats any help
  2. blacksunday12101

    modifications

    update took the bike in to the local guy that does all the racers bikes in this area to have him jet it. after a week he called and said he couldnt get it to run right either so i had to give him a pep talk to get him to keep trying. any way to make a long story short he gets another 02 wr 426 in a few days later for the same thing to jet it and set it up for racing he did this one with very little trouble so he decides to take the cdi off and try it on mine viola he was able to jet it and it now runs excelent just back from a ride it did cost me an extra 250 for the cdi but i was glad to know that i wasnt the only one having trouble jetting it who would figure the cdi was bad right from the factory any how the bike is awsome now!!! [ August 28, 2002, 12:43 PM: Message edited by: blacksunday12101 ]
  3. blacksunday12101

    modifications

    you know what i hate this thing sombody come and get it before i go nuts this is the worst bike i have ever owned i give up i wish i had never bought it it sucks!!!!!!!!!!!!!! it seriously is not worth the agrivation i do not have the time to screw with it so far i have spent 100 more time working on that damn carb trying to make it run than i have riding it i have a whole twelve miles on it make me an offer and it yours [ August 07, 2002: Message edited by: blacksunday12101 ]
  4. blacksunday12101

    modifications

    well recieved my jets and tried the ekp needle on clip 3 with a 45mj and a 100paj and 170mj and it is a little better but stil bad at anything past 1/4 throttle it seems to bog and somtimes spits back through carb does this mean it is too rich or too lean it also pops on decell but not a bad
  5. blacksunday12101

    Timing WR to YZ

    from what i can decern it means a snapier throttle response and quicker reving [ August 01, 2002: Message edited by: blacksunday12101 ]
  6. blacksunday12101

    modifications

    well i ordered a bunch of needles and jets they might be in by friday so we will see if i can get this thing running right i will let you know what i end up with for the jetting.
  7. blacksunday12101

    modifications

    okieguy thanks for the repley and what may i ask did you end up with for your jetting?
  8. blacksunday12101

    modifications

    can anyone post the stock jets and needle for the wr426 it seems my dealer gave me the wrong service manual he gave me the yz manual by mistake thanks for your repley
  9. blacksunday12101

    modifications

    well in that case i will have to make the first mod be the throttle stop cause i already cut that
  10. blacksunday12101

    modifications

    well i just ordered jd`s jetting software when i get it maybe it will help me solve my problem i sure hope so!!!!
  11. blacksunday12101

    modifications

    it is stamped with an M. i am assumeing this goes to the motor side also wouldnt it be installed so that the bottom profile matches that of the bottom profile of the slide ie the flat side down that has a small arc in the middle versus the pointy end looking in the manual this also appears to be correct and there is a hole in the center of one end this is the bottom and that is the way it is installed there is another theroy out the window i wish it could have been that simple but unfortunatley it is not that. [ July 28, 2002: Message edited by: blacksunday12101 ]
  12. blacksunday12101

    modifications

    well in that picture and in the one in my manual it shows that the end with the hole in it goes tward the bottom of the slide thats the way i have it i guess i could flip it just to see but i have it the way the picture shows and that is the way it has always been
  13. blacksunday12101

    modifications

    TMR series Mikuni carburetor: (36mm dia. for the 250, 38mm dia. for the 400 and 41mm dia. for the 450); thanks to the close collaboration between Husqvarna and Mikuni, the TMR carburetor has been installed on an off-road motorcycle for the first time. (The TMR series has previously been used only by Superbikes). There are many technical characteristics that make this carburetor the ideal choice for these new engines: a flat slide valve that allows a better power distribution thanks to the reduced interference of the valve on the air flow, an accelerator pump that improves the engine's reactions and power distribution with respect to throttle commands, and a TPS sensor (Throttle Position Sensor) that determines the throttle position and interfaces with the bike's ignition module to optimize the ignition mapping. wonder if this would work on my wr very similar motor design and at least i can work on these carbs lol
  14. blacksunday12101

    modifications

    i have come to the glaring conclusion that there are far better carbs in the world than this piece of sh*t that came on the wr i have never had the kind of trouble with a carb of any kind that this nightmare has given me if i wanted somthing to work on all the time instead of ride i could have bought a harley flame away i am not impressed! i may have a barley used only 10 miles on it wr426 forsale real soon. [ July 28, 2002: Message edited by: blacksunday12101 ]
  15. blacksunday12101

    modifications

    the needle has been adjusted and also put back to the original position but the slide plate has never to my knowledge been out unless the dealer did it but i assume this is already factory assembled yes?
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