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  1. Hi Guys, I stripped the thread that holds the valve cover onto the exhaust camshaft cap, and purchased a exhaust camshaft cap from a YZ400. The only difference is that the YZ cap is missing that tab that the WR camshaft cap has. Do you think it will be alright to use the YZ one even though it doesn't have the tab on the side? Let me know. Thanks, John
  2. Ryah

    Yamaha WR400F (1999)

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    Great bike, just a little heavy. Ultra reliable.
  3. ThumperTalk

    Yamaha WR400F 2000

    23 reviews

    MOTORCYCLE TYPE Enduro ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Displacement (cc): 399 Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 4 Speeds: 5 Speed TRANSMISSION SPECIFICATIONS Number of speeds: 5 Speed Dry Weight (lbs.): 240
  4. mrXR200r

    Yamaha WR400F (1999)

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    Loads of power, Awesome bike!
  5. treefrog

    Yamaha WR400F (1999)

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    Handles everything thrown at it
  6. wr400f250

    Yamaha WR400F (1999)

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    California street legal, this bike has been through hell and back twice and just keeps going. My brother has a nearly identical 2000 model year WR400.
  7. mojave500

    Yamaha WR400F (2000)

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    Great bike,never let me down.
  8. Thechris82

    Yamaha WR400F (2000)

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    So far so good!
  9. I have read around on many different forums and most people say the best option is an edelbrock carb, but many say that the stock carb is the best. On my 1998 WR400F, I've got the Keihin FCR, which is a trusty carb. I am looking for something that would be more reliable on longer trips, seeing as the FCR is more for racing (correct me if I'm wrong). Anyway, if anyone would be willing to share their opinions, that would be fantastic. Thank you!
  10. chocksawaycharlie

    Yamaha WR400F (1999)

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    Very pokey bike , great usable power , learn the starting knack a must , Upgraded bottom end to a 426 , new rads fitted for better cooling efficency .
  11. benjar

    Yamaha WR400F (2000)

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    I am the 3rd owner of this bike. It is extremely reliable and has never let me down. I will never sell it.
  12. Jekel

    Yamaha WR400F (1999)

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    Bulletproof 4 stroke
  13. ash105

    Yamaha WR400F (1998)

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    Nice power and low down torque. not the best in corner
  14. Pete Moody

    Yamaha WR400F (2000)

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    Love my WR400. Heavy bike and getting on a bit now, but will still rip hard and go anywhere! I low the low end torque and beefy exhaust note. 16 liter Safari tank, set of moto rims for road use, otherwise fairly stock I believe, owned for a few years now.
  15. Jacob Alumbaugh

    Yamaha WR400F (2000)

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    Been a great bike after a few modifications
  16. Mavopower

    Yamaha WR400F (2000)

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    Good old reliable ...
  17. JamesD

    Yamaha WR400F (2000)

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    Beats walking.
  18. skierdud89

    Yamaha WR400F (2000)

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    Absolutely love it! Picked it up for a steal. My last thumper was a DRZ and it's night and day! Once the idle and fuel are adjusted it ALWAYS starts within 3 kicks. This bike will stay mine for a long time!
  19. lemke88

    Yamaha WR400F (1998)

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    A very reliable bike that just keeps going. Not great for MX, but that's not what its intended for. This is a trail machine. The only gripe I see about this bike is how hard it is to kick start it, but personally, I can get it on the first kick.
  20. SuperRev

    2000 WR 400

    2000 YAMAHA WR 400, Four stroke, Street Legal, Hand Guards, Aftermarket Speedo Hello I am looking at getting this wr400 and is there anything I should be aware of or look for before buying it.
  21. JohnClaude

    1999 WR400F-Good Deal?

    Hi Guys, I just got back from checking out a 1999 WR400F. It was registered/titled in Iowa, but hasn't been plated in CO. I'm a little concerned as to whether I would be able to plate it and ride it on the street in CO. He's asking ~$1700, but the rear brake was not actuating (he filled it with brake fluid but it wasn't working), so the price is negotiable. He just had the carb rejetted and cleaned, and a new decompression cable fitted. It will need new tires, probably new chain and sprockets and a brake lever and pads, and the plastics are faded. I had no issues starting it (just kicked it over a couple times, got it on the compression stroke and used the decomp cable to nudge it a little bit and it lit right up). That thing is fast! Coming from an 1978 XT500, it's insanely fast. I was wondering what your guys' thoughts were? Am I an idiot for not buying it on the spot?! -John
  22. Allan Pedersen

    Yamaha WR400F (1998)

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    Heavy compared to newer models but still packs a punch
  23. SinisterMatti

    Yamaha WR400F (2000)

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    New to ownership, but so far I love it.
  24. DaleRidesAll

    Yamaha WR400F (1999)

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    This has been an incredibly reliable bike for me over the year and a half i have owned it, easily over 100 hours on a top, bottom and clutch rebuild and still going strong (yes i know it could use a rebuild but i dont have the money)it was my first full size bike and i love it
  25. DaleRidesAll

    Yamaha WR400F (1999)

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    Love these bikes but this one is being a little b$@#! right now.
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