2000 WR400F Electrics on a 2001 YZ426F


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  • Terrain Rider 4z

Posted June 23, 2007 - 11:02 AM

#1

I have researched the past posts, but couldn't come up with the specific answer.

I have a buddy parting out a 2000 WR400F and am wanting to light up my 2001 YZ426F. I know there are stator wiring mods to keep from burning up the 426 CDI, but could I take the following WR parts and be in a Plug and Play situation:

Flywheel
Stator
CDI
Wiring Harness
Regulator

Would I suffer any performance loss? My 426 is woods-ridden only and I think I can get the parts for $250. Will it work :thumbsup:

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  • TeamScream

Posted June 26, 2007 - 02:41 PM

#2

I have researched the past posts, but couldn't come up with the specific answer.

I have a buddy parting out a 2000 WR400F and am wanting to light up my 2001 YZ426F. I know there are stator wiring mods to keep from burning up the 426 CDI, but could I take the following WR parts and be in a Plug and Play situation:

Flywheel
Stator
CDI
Wiring Harness
Regulator

Would I suffer any performance loss? My 426 is woods-ridden only and I think I can get the parts for $250. Will it work :thumbsup:


Pretty close to it,
You would most likely want the light switch as well (hopefully this is included with the "wiring harness").
Other than that it should be plug and play.





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