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    Aussie XR650R Stator Rating

    Thank you very much.
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    Aussie XR650R Stator Rating

    I don’t think mine is different in no way, I’ve just had that many claims with all different ratings I don’t know what to believe. Have you got anything from Honda to support the 74w cause I had another guy that swore black and blue the standard is rated to 150w. Not trying to say anyone is not telling the truth, I’ll just believe something that’s evidence from Honda. Thanks.
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    Aussie XR650R Stator Rating

    I have heard all sorts of claims on what the Aussie XRR bikes come with as standard. Heard anything from 55w upto 150w. Can anyone confirm with some kind of evidence what the Aussie spec bikes come out with as standard for their stator rating. Cheers.
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    XR650R TM42-6?

    I am at sea level. Your needle jet is your main jet. I haven’t pulled my needle out so I don’t know what it is. If you buy from mukinioz I don’t think you will have any dramas, they sell a lot to UK and US. Yep went from stock to the TM42. I put bar rises and raised bars on my bike so needed longer throttle cables, that was my excuse to get a whole new carb. If you get a #30 AP jet make sure you have it squirt straight down the throat of the intake, don’t have it squirting on the needle. Also if you do have a long range tank you will need the cable choke as the long range tanks make it pretty hard to get to the carbs.
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    XR650R TM42-6?

    I put a tm42 on. Stock internals, PC reverse megaphone exhaust, all uncorked. I have a 4.6Gal Clarke tank, had to mold the tank to fit, it’s not hard job whatsoever, you also have to mold the standard tank. The issue is the 42 has its throttle cam on the right hand side on the carb (see photo) whereas the 40 is on the left hand side. I got my 42 from mukinioz so it comes all set up with adaptors and jetting including the #30 pump jet. After having a bit of a play I went from a 32.5 idle jet down to a 27.5 and went from a 150 main to a 155. Very happy with the addition, pops the front wheel in 4th. I feel I might still have a play with clip settings but the response is awesome from the pumper. I got photos for the Clarke tank molding and mukinioz has photos of the standard tank molding. I hear the tm42 gets a bad review in the US but I think this may be because it doesn’t come setup properly for the xrr as the pump jet is too big and just over fuels. The only thing I fear is fuel economy but I’m sure all the wheelstands will make me forget about that. Also I spoke to mukinioz last week and they are just finalising the parts to convert the tm42 to a left hand side throttle cam, which will solve the fitment issues with the tanks.
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    Kawasaki KX100 2002

    2 smoker for the missus.
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    Kawasaki KX100 (2002)

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    2 smoker for the missus.
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    KTM 300 EXC (2017)

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    Just cause I love the sound and smell.
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    KTM 300 EXC 2017

    Just cause I love the sound and smell.
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    Honda XR650R (2000)

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    Just a Big Red Pig.
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    Honda XR650R 2000

    Just a Big Red Pig.
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    Show your PIG

    New Pig. What should I do first? other then everything.... Where's a good place to pick up a cheap Safari tank? Anyone know where you can get some OEM stickers? Back rim is about to collapse so will be getting some new rims straight up.
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