Installed the Edelbrock - Good Stuff

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  • Joel_Gibson

Posted March 29, 2006 - 07:03 AM


I have a 98 WR400 and I just installed an Edelbrock carburator that I purchased from Barnums Pro. The installation was simple and the carb is very nice in fit and finish. After installation I turned on the gas, kicked twice and she fired right up. I reached down and adjusted the idle speed with the nifty remote idle screw knob and took off. Short version - the bike rips. Great acceleration, front wheel comes up fast, lot's of power. I recommed it to anyone wanting to go a different road than the (I'm going to get this FCR properly jetted if it kills me) crowd.

  • ncampion

Posted March 29, 2006 - 06:39 PM


Well said, Joel, I'm with you all the way......

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  • CJ06WR

Posted March 30, 2006 - 01:57 AM


Let us know how she does with different temps and elevations please. I'm considering going that route in the future.

  • ncampion

Posted March 30, 2006 - 07:37 AM


Have had my edelbrock on for almost a year ever since I got tired of replacing throttle slides and trying to make the FCR idle right. I generally ride at about 3000 ft in the So. Cal. desert but have also had it at 9000 ft in Kennedy Meadows. After setting it right for the desert, I did not touch it for Kennedy and it ran perfect. Have not had it in real hot or real cold weather so can't comment on that for sure, but I don't expect it to be different. I have the Rekluse clutch and it is mandatory that the engine be well carburated for it to work well. The Edelbrock has really worked nice for me.

  • bigdrtrdr

Posted March 30, 2006 - 08:36 AM


I ride from sea level to 5000+ feet.

Installed an Edelbrock a couple of monthes ago.
Once the Needle was set for the idle mixture it runs great everywhere

Its kinda weird not having a choke, but a couple of squirts with the AP does the job just fine.

Plus no more TPS trying to guess what your doing when your just cruising along.


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