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  1. mxyves

    Whats the grey wire do??? Should I cut it???

    Are you sure only USA bikes come with the grey wire attached?
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    can't solve the problem!!

    I solved the problem Matty! Thanks for your effort on this! Let me know when you visit Holland so I can buy you a cheese.
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    can't solve the problem!!

    I raised the clip one more position; got better. Raised it one more after this; I think I cured the problem, although I can not tell yet since I ran out of gas after a 1 km half-warm drive. I'm gonna score some juice and trie it out!
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    can't solve the problem!!

    I just raised the clip one positition. It was positioned on the fifth groove and I raised it one position (it's in the middle now). I've made a testdrive but it didn't help a bit I'm afraid. Should I raise the clip one more position to feel the effect or should changing the needleposition allways give effect in the first place?
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    Owner's Manuals Online???

    Thanks!! Big help for me. I also downloaded the YZ426 manual a while ago but I'm still searching the WR426-file. Did you see that one come around?
  6. No, they won't I'm afraid. Different brakecylinders and hoses. Sp the dual-brake solution wasn't an option aswell...
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    can't solve the problem!!

    Thanks for your update. I'm reprosition the needle. About the leaner needle; leaner like in less thick? What does it do more or less and what effect does it have anyway?(sorry I don't understand)
  8. I equiped my WR426 with a Rekluse set, lost the original cluth and placed the rear brake to the clucth position. There wasn't a dual brake kit available for a WR426 so I lost my braking light. My challenge; how do I get a braking light up and running now?
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    can't solve the problem!!

    I "lost" the TPS signal but it didn't solve my stuttering-problem unfortunately. qoute "Is the stuttering a popping/crackling sound or does the bike feel like it is running real rough/stumbling/cutting out?" When I pull the throttle 1/4th, it smoothly comes up to the max rev's for a quarter pulled throttle. When I slowly turn it then to 1/2 full throttle it starts to fall away like I would be pressing the "turn-off" button several times within a few seconds. The clip on the needle is now on position 3, which is half way up I think. Should I lower the needle and place the clip on the highest clip-position as possible to feel the effect?
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    can't solve the problem!!

    Air leaks? Where could I find an air leak on the bike?
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    can't solve the problem!!

    forget my last question. Great tool this "search" button.... I'll try it out when it's day again here.
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    can't solve the problem!!

    Thanks for the updates! I'll disconnect the TPS-sensor first (easy job) and see what the bike does. I played too much already with the carb and it doesn't help one bit sofar. But what if it helps; losing the TPS-signals. No problem to keep it disconnected?
  13. Help me out here... my wr426f doesn't run smooth. on 1/4 throttle the engine starts to stutter. If i stay in this revelationrange it keeps stuttering. When in open the throttle wider, it stops to stutter and runs well. We've tried everything to solve the problem: new sparkplugs, cleaning the carb, needle adjust, jetting adjust, cleaning all electrial conections. Nothing seems to help. Does this sound fammiliar to anybody?
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    dual brake kit for WR426?

    any idea where to get this set?