XR-s only & 1X international/precision concepts choke plate ?


8 replies to this topic
  • Redlines

Posted May 30, 2007 - 11:09 PM

#1

I have bought a couple choke plates from Xr-s only before for XR600's and they were the bare metal ones. I always had to sand/grind it a lot to make it fit. I see now on there website that there new plate is anodized red. I was wondering if anyone bought a red one or one from 1X international that they didn't have to sand/grind to make it fit.
Thanks

  • Potts228

Posted May 31, 2007 - 08:19 AM

#2

I have bought a couple choke plates from Xr-s only before for XR600's and they were the bare metal ones. I always had to sand/grind it a lot to make it fit. I see now on there website that there new plate is anodized red. I was wondering if anyone bought a red one or one from 1X international that they didn't have to sand/grind to make it fit.
Thanks


I have the one from 1X and it fit perfectly into my XR650R.

  • Bennito

Posted May 31, 2007 - 10:05 AM

#3

this isn't exactly what you're looking for since I didn't get an anodized red plate. But I got my choke plate maybe 2 months ago (I would've sworn then you had a choice between red for more dollars or silver). Didn't fit very well. A file and 5 mins got it installed, but it doesn't choke completely.

  • Redlines

Posted May 31, 2007 - 11:20 AM

#4

Yeah I have had to sand all mine in the past and then they don't choke all the way either. I just wonder if the 1X international and the Xr's only are made by the same place since they look identical. Anybody else get one that fit without sanding it??

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  • XR4DEZ

Posted May 31, 2007 - 08:01 PM

#5

Mine fit perfect, I had PC install it when they set up the bike 4 yrs. ago. Took it back to them last month for a valve job, piston and rings and a carb cleaning. This was the first work in 19K miles out side of a couple of clutches. Sorry for the ramble.

  • Redlines

Posted May 31, 2007 - 09:36 PM

#6

Which one fit correct XR's only or 1X international? Do you have a XR600R or 650R?

  • XR4DEZ

Posted June 01, 2007 - 08:37 AM

#7

600r and a 650r,Precision Concepts/1x choke plate on both.

  • cleonard

Posted June 01, 2007 - 10:05 AM

#8

I really wouldn't worry about the fact that these plates don't choke 100%. I ended taking my choke out over a year ago. I came up with a method to start the bike rather easily. This winter I was able to get it going down to 30F. I'm running a 68S pilot and all I do when it's cold is tip the bike on it's side for a second. It usually fires right up. If you have the stock pilot then it is a different story.

I got one of these plates about six months ago, but I've been to lasy to put it in. I'll put it in the next time I have the carb out for some other reason.

  • bigtooth

Posted June 01, 2007 - 10:59 AM

#9

I second cleonard. I didn't take my entire choke plate out, just the little spring loaded flapper and the spring. So I still use the choke but there is that big opening in the plate so its nowhere near 100%. I just kick it over a couple of times with the decomp. on and the throttle wide open. Then find TDC and give it a kick...fires up first try everytime.
650r
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