what size winch cable do you use to get the carb off?


10 replies to this topic
  • FlameDog

Posted August 29, 2006 - 07:54 PM

#1

LMFAO :thumbsup:

HEY GANG THIS SITE ROCKS!

I'm all hot and horny since i got on this site and did all the free mods, bike is cool

i got a FMF power core 4 slip-on coming in tommarrie, can't wait,

my prob is this,JETTING! i know i need to play a bit with it, when i had my bike in for the 1st service i had him drop in the 168 main and 48 pilot,
my next move is to do it all over again, plus the #40 leak jet, i plan on running it in Baja this fall (just pre-running) and then through the winter (with picks) so i'm sure i will be jetting this thing a dozen times before this year is up,


what is the easiest way to get that carb off? or should i say smartest way,
i remember having half the bike apart it seemed when i did the fuel screw change,
any tips would make my sooo happy

thanx in advance

  • FlameDog

Posted August 29, 2006 - 07:58 PM

#2

oh ya p.s it is an 06 wr 450

  • tony1970

Posted August 29, 2006 - 08:51 PM

#3

Check this tutorial out by ARin. :thumbsup:
http://www.thumperta...etting tutorial

  • BLACK_BONES

Posted August 29, 2006 - 09:02 PM

#4

I personally like the 3/4 inch winch cable for my carb removal......
(pic here) http://image.basspro...78000/78155.jpg

I am a Bushman.....so I use bushman tactics!

I unhook a few thingies and wrap my cable around it, maybe even add a figure 8 stlye wrap with a good roll of REAL Ductape!

I hook her up to my f-350 super diesel and out she comes...

Have you removed your ais yet?
That's a whole New Battle....

  • Majesticman

Posted August 29, 2006 - 09:21 PM

#5

I usually use a sledgehammer to loosen it up and it slides right off.

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  • FlameDog

Posted August 29, 2006 - 10:22 PM

#6

i didn't have enough traction on the f-3fitty!lol

i appreshgyate the replies, i didn't realize that i wouldn't need to yank the carb right off,

thanx for showing us the proceedure ARin it will save me a lot of time,

btw my last bike was a rm 250, it was fairly easy to change jets, i would just throw the jets in the air box and fire it up!

but this bike i kinda like :thumbsup:

  • odonnks

Posted August 30, 2006 - 01:54 AM

#7

I was always able to roll the carb (top to the left ) to open top cover for needle access then roll it to the right to get access to the bottom for screw jet changes and bowl removal.

  • kskyles

Posted August 30, 2006 - 06:22 AM

#8

that tutorial by ARin is great. i just installed my JD kit last night, and it was a piece of cake. i must have read the tutorial 100 times waiting for my JD kit to come in the mail.

lots of great info at thumpertalk, and a bunch of good guys here to help out.

  • FlameDog

Posted August 30, 2006 - 01:40 PM

#9

my pipe came in today!

have you ever dry humpped air in public like a dog?
i did!lmfao

i ordered the jd kit from TT last night can't wait to toss my new jets in!
thanx for all the feed back, i'm on it! :thumbsup:

  • ARin

Posted September 06, 2006 - 09:54 PM

#10

Im really glad that people are getting good use from that tutorial.

thanks for all the kind words guys.

:thumbsup:

  • tony1970

Posted September 06, 2006 - 10:05 PM

#11

Im really glad that people are getting good use from that tutorial.

thanks for all the kind words guys.

:applause:

I think it should be posted as a sticky for this forum also since it was started here. I did not know it was buried in the technical forum. :thumbsup:




 
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