2000 WR400 Jetting and Carb questions.


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  • DPWR400

Posted June 04, 2006 - 09:13 AM

#1

I live at close to sea level, running a Pro Moto exhaust insert, throttle screw trimmed, WR timing, grey wire not disconnected JD Blue Needle in 3rd position and 168 main jet.Pilot about 2 turns. With the exception of very slight popping on decel it runs very good and the plug shows a nice tan color. Temps have been moderate (50 to 80 f)
In a few weeks I'm hauling her to Eureka Nevada and riding between 5000-7000 feet in elevation. I dont expect temps to rise above 90 deg. F. What changes should I make as a starting point?
Also I noticed a lot of TT'ers are using Zip Ty or other pilot screws, what is the advantage to these aftermarket screws?

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  • JRAMBO

Posted June 04, 2006 - 09:27 AM

#2

The long fuel screws are easy to adjust on the trail The only difference is I run the stock needle in the 3 position with a 165 main I have been riding from about 3500 ft. 7000 up at stonyford and cc camp in Calif.




 
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