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First i want to thank everyone for their input into the vast amount of knowledge that can be found on this site. It makes life a bit easier and interesting for people like me. MY question is about fitting a ltz400(or klx400)cylinder head onto a drz400. I've searched the forum quite a bit and need to be sure a couple of things. 1. I've read that the ltz400 head is a direct fit for the drz but i would need to plug the manual decomp if i'm putting the cylinder head on a drz400s model. How exactly is this done?I'm assuming the ltz400 head has manual decomp 2.If i were to buy a ltz400 head to put onto a drz400s, would it make a difference whether i bought the assembly parts (cams,valves,shims,springs,etc) for the drz or for the ltz? 3.I've read that the klx400 head is a direct fit also. Is there a specific year klx400 that only fits? Thanks in advance for the responses!
hey guy's. a couple weeks ago i traded a ford bronco for a 97 rm250. the guy said it had been rebuilt about 4 month prior. well i tore it down the other day because it was REALLY hard to start after riding and stalling or killing it. on cold start shed fire RIGHT UP. when i tore it down i found that the cylinder was scratched up pretty good and a few feelable grooves. and there was a piece missing from just above the intake port that looked like he had tried to dremmel tool it back smooth...fail. threw off port timing. im going to send the cylinder off to get re dipped. the piston was toast as well. i orderd a weisco top end rebuild and complete gasket and seal kit. and a ton of other parts.. but my brother checked the clearances on my rod and crank. and he says its close to 7mm out.. i have found a complete crank and rod that came out of a 2000 rm250. the guy says it should fit a 97 rm250. is there anyone here that can confirm this before i spend another $200 on a paper weight? i hate that i even have to get a crank....because my bronco was worth more than this bike even IF this bike was in good condition..pretty much learned you cannot trust people.. but please any info on that crank AS SOON AS POSSIBLE would be so great. as i want to get it ordered ASAP if it will work. thanks so much