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MikeyMike

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  1. MikeyMike

    05 WR 250 seat

    who makes a complete replacement seat for the 05 wr 250? I plan to send it to guts racing and have them modify it. I want to save the stock seat. Dennis Kirk has a moose racing seat listed for the 05 wr but said the listing was a mistake in their catalog
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    05 WR 250 seat

    I need a seat base that I can send to guts racing, they can install their enduro style taller/wider medium foam and cover.
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    Infuriating....2s vs 4s

    About a thousand years ago I raced 2-stroke CR's and YZ's and the maintenance didn't seem that bad. For sure the 2-strokes are easy to work on. I love my 05 WR (my first 4-stroke) and plan to keep it unless Yamaha comes out with E.F.I. instead of the carb in the near future. Yup, 4-strokes for me
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    Jetting D-Base for YZ/WR 250F

    Model (YZ or WR 250F): 05 WR 250 Timing (WR-YZ): stock Main jet: JD 180 Pilot Jet: stock 40 Fuel screw (turns out): 1.75 - 2 Needle model/Clip position: JD blue 4 Airbox lid (on or off): lid on, removed snorkel Pipe: stock with PMB insert Altitude where you ride: 1400 Temperature where you ride: 55 - 85 Other mods: ZipTy fuel screw, 40 leak jet, gray wire, YZ throttle stop Degree of satisfaction: Big improvement over stock
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    Jetting Signature.........

    Good idea. My 05 WR jetting was way off out of the box. It would have been tough to figure out the jetting on my own and the dealer sure as hell couldn't have done it. Yup, seeing other peoples jetting combos helped me!
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    FMF- wtf!!!! Never again!

    Just my opinion, but I would think FMF could supply a dyno sheet with the jetting specs, altitude, temp and humidity. You know that they have this info when they developed the pipe. As said, this would at least give the guy a baseline for jetting.
  7. MikeyMike

    05 WR 250 seat

    OK. Thanks everyone.
  8. MikeyMike

    05 WR 250 seat

    Anyone know if an 05 WR 250 seat is the same as the 05 YZ seat ? How about the tank and rad shrouds ?
  9. Glad to see you didn't take any of this B.S. I would'nt have towed his vehicle myself, but two of his tires would have lost air until the trooper showed up. I'll bet this guy had a few too many wedgies in high school and decided to go into law enforcement.
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    Damn cops jumping out of bushes!!!

    I ride on state and federal land, they seem to have a lot of land in Minnesota. Do you know who really owns that land - it's me and all of the other taxpayers. I'm not out ripping up anything but I do get a little tired of the DNR and Forestry guys eyeballing me like I'm some kind of criminal. Law officers need to use a little more common sense and be a little less emotional before jumping out in front of a dirt bike and trying to grab someone. I know that in some areas officers are instructed to break off a chase rather than put innocent people at risk.
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    MX terminology

    " Tank Slapper " another old school term from the days of poor suspension. I had a 74 YZ that was excellent at this.
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    I want a WR250F...have some more questions

    I like my 05 WR. If it has a weakness I'd say that the air box and exhaust baffle are restrictive and my jetting was off out of the box, but all that can be fixed easily with the info on this forum. One complaint - the seat is too hard!
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    DR-Z250 in sand

    This is my wifes bike so the crf or wr is too much power for her. I did drop the forks down and adjusted the compression clickers all the way, it helped. I think the forks got worse after she got some miles on the bike.
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    DR-Z250 in sand

    My wifes 250 does not track well at all in loose sand ( not compared to my WR anyway ). Any thoughts on suspension tuning to help this bike?
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    2004 vs 2005 WR250f

    I like my 05, but plan to replace the seat, it's way too hard.
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    Hey Moderators...I have a question

    I think it would help. Everybody could list their jetting, altitude,airbox and pipe mods. This way all of this info would be in one place. My new 05 was so far off that it would have been nice to compare it to combinations that work.
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    cold weather jetting

    I thought the jetting was pretty close on my WR 250, but today the temp was 43. It was hard to start, took a long time to warm up, but when I went for a ride it was a rocket ship I installed a JD jetting kit when the temp was in the 70's, now it has more power when it is cool. This means that when it is warm again I will need to jet it richer or leaner?
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    cold weather jetting

    O.K. Thanks bg10459
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    DR-Z250 in sand

    Thanks everyone. The forks can be lowered about 3/8". When the bike is in sand under power it feels "twitchy". I'll try lowering the forks this weekend.
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    DR-Z250 in sand

    Thanks. By Lowering the forks do you mean moving the tubes up in the clamps or down?
  21. MikeyMike

    Thanks TT Yamaha Forum

    I want to lower the pegs, so I was looking at the fastway's. I'll be looking for a set of bars with more rise too.
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    Thanks TT Yamaha Forum

    Thanks to all on the Yamaha forum. My 05 WR 250 is jetted and running well. Found all the info I needed from people that have done the work and then shared their findings here on the forum. I ride at 1400 feet and my jetting ended up very close to barton's set up. JD 180 main jet JD blue needle @ 4th clip pos. stock 40 pilot jet, Zip-Ty fuel screw @ 1.75 turns stock #95 leak jet ( very slight bog, waiting for #40 from dealer ) YZ throttle stop screw ( dealer had cut stock screw 1/4" too short ) ProMotoBillet insert removed airbox snorkel Next project: seat and pegs.
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    Thanks TT Yamaha Forum

    I didn't disconnect the grey wire yet, want to install the leak jet first. The bike ran so bad out of the box I'm just happy it runs strong now. Put lots of miles on last saturday/sunday and have " tail bone-itis". After a search on this site I'm thinking that Guts Racing may have the answer with a medium foam/tall seat package.
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    Green stickers for 2003s: fact or fiction?

    Yamaha is advertising the 06 WR 250 as a green sticker bike.
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    2005 WR 250F vs CRF 250X

    I decided on a WR 250 over the CRF-X. There are just too many people with valve problems on the Honda for it to be a maintenance issue IMO. Out of the box the WR needs some jetting/tuning help, throttle stop screw, less restrictive baffle and some air box mods. Pro Circuit may have a valve, valve spring fix for the CRF but it is a bit spendy so I bought the WR.
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