Posted February 18, 2004 - 02:55 AM
thanks in advance
Posted February 18, 2004 - 04:37 AM
Now, my WR has YZ timing it has a stock needle. I run a 175, 42 and 3rd from the the clip. It runs very well at sea level. Oh I have the ACV mod as well. About 2 1/2 turns out on the fuel screw. After market FMF Q pipe and header as well.
Good luck. Tom
Posted February 18, 2004 - 06:46 AM
EKN # 5 (Yamaha PN: 5JG-14916-EN)
168 main (the stock 165 may work just as well)
100 Pilot Air Jet (this is stock YZ size, PN: 7A9-14943-27-00)
Set fuel screw to conditions.
Getting the carb on/off:
There are two schools of thought on what to do w/ the carb, leave it in the boot and twist it to get at the top (needle changes) or bowl (other changes). If you want to change the Air Jet(s), and I think you do, you need to remove the carb and intake bell.
As for the throttle cables some leave them on the carb and a) create enough slack in the cables so you can work on the carb as it dangles remove and reattach the cables with the carb out of the boot and intake. I always removed the cables first, w/ the carb still in the intake, this requires a bit more dexterity.
So the "cables on" is probably easier.
With both intake and airboot clamps loose, and the TPS and fuel line disconnected, grab the air boot w/ both hands, right hand just above and left just below the air boot, and pull the boot away from the carb. The boot will either come off the carb or pull the carb out of the intake.
Hope this helps.
Posted February 18, 2004 - 08:22 AM