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  1. The only thing it doesn't have is the accelerator pump diaphragm, but you could check yours to see if it needs replacing. I didn't use the main jet or needle it was smaller than the one in mine.
  2. Here is the one I bought: Except when I bought it, it was $10 less.
  3. The link to the DR-Z400 Specialty Store on the DRZ400 Forums page just points back to the same page. This is what it points to: I believe it should go to here:
  4. I had the same problem last summer. I thought it might be water running off the tank into the 3x3 hole. It only happened when the rain was pouring down hard.
  5. He could not even get your name spelled right: "For Sale DRZ400E 2003 bike has both dirt and motard tires. Street legal and plated. This is a serious toy. Here is a list of the main mods Full Cisneros 470 motor kit with 41mm Mikuni carb Ron Hamp head work with oversize exhaust valves and port polish work Hot Cams adjustable cam gears . STM slipper Clutch. " Unless thats Fred Cisneros the motor builder.
  6. I use the clutch all the time, up or down shift. Its just easier on the hardware. Also remember your tranny oil is the same as your engine oil, anything breaking from a hard shift could end up in your engine.
  7. Does your original one have a hole in it? I just re-used my original ones when I changes tires.
  9. I ride only on the street and I am running the Shinko Stealths.
  10. Eddie, What about the back-fire screen? Removing it on my old 450X made a ton of difference.
  11. I think this is what he is needing:
  12. Nope: Check this one out.
  13. I wonder if he still has his bike.
  14. I noticed with my GPS that the speedo got expotentially off the faster I went.
  15. It pretty much does not matter if you have a locking cap or not, all they have to do is pull the hose off the carb and drain it all out.