07WR450 jetting HELP


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  • ducatiwv

Posted July 11, 2007 - 04:28 PM

#1

I ve searched the jetting database till i m blue in the face...I ve tried all the suggestions , PLUS 2 jet kits, the JD and the Dynojet stage 2 kit and cannot get the hesitation out of the Wr...I m currently running the JD kit with the red needle 4th slot, 168 main and 48 pilot with the large o ring...I ve got the zip ty screw and have wore it out, lol.....I ve also done the usual mods, grey wire, airbox , throttle stop , AIS removal.....I ve also installed a stock Yz full exhaust from my 07 Yz450...thing is, it runs perfect with the same Jd jet kit, and i thought they were basically the same motor except the cams. Anyone have any suggestions, the wr is brand new, only a few miles on it. I m converting it to motard and just need to get the jetting right.....thanks in advance...Larry

Guys i ve also posted this up in the jetting forum, sorry, but its really driving me crazy.....

  • kenny1234

Posted July 12, 2007 - 12:32 AM

#2

I ve searched the jetting database till i m blue in the face...I ve tried all the suggestions , PLUS 2 jet kits, the JD and the Dynojet stage 2 kit and cannot get the hesitation out of the Wr...I m currently running the JD kit with the red needle 4th slot, 168 main and 48 pilot with the large o ring...I ve got the zip ty screw and have wore it out, lol.....I ve also done the usual mods, grey wire, airbox , throttle stop , AIS removal.....I ve also installed a stock Yz full exhaust from my 07 Yz450...thing is, it runs perfect with the same Jd jet kit, and i thought they were basically the same motor except the cams. Anyone have any suggestions, the wr is brand new, only a few miles on it. I m converting it to motard and just need to get the jetting right.....thanks in advance...Larry

Guys i ve also posted this up in the jetting forum, sorry, but its really driving me crazy.....


i too have 07 i m on blue needle 4th clip 165 main and 48 pilot at sea level with thin washer follwed jd instructions also have full pipe and all free mods with fuel screw i have no bog bike runs good but i m sure it can still improve tonight i m gonna swap to red needle and thick o ring, its going on dynojet next week and ill post results(i m in uk though)

  • WR_Dave

Posted July 12, 2007 - 04:39 AM

#3

The WR's carb has the ACV circuit where , if you look , the YZ's carb only has the casting for the ACV circuit. Disabling the ACV will make your jetting easier to deal with. There are several schools of thought on disabling the ACV, do a search and find the one that's right for you. WR Dave.

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  • gawarrior

Posted July 12, 2007 - 02:23 PM

#4

check here my good little buddy! lol

http://www.thumperta...ight=wr 450 bog

  • ducatiwv

Posted July 12, 2007 - 06:42 PM

#5

check here my good little buddy! lol

http://www.thumperta...ight=wr 450 bog


Its about time you come up with something useful.......Now if you would only come to WV LIKE you promised and ride with me here...I ve made 3 trips to Ga....ITS YOUR TURN NOW.....:thumbsup: :thumbsup:

  • gawarrior

Posted July 12, 2007 - 06:52 PM

#6

Its about time you come up with something useful.......Now if you would only come to WV LIKE you promised and ride with me here...I ve made 3 trips to Ga....ITS YOUR TURN NOW.....:thumbsup: :busted:


Oh brother, here we go again. LOL. We all know the best riding is here in GA! :thumbsup:

  • ducatiwv

Posted July 12, 2007 - 07:00 PM

#7

Oh brother, here we go again. LOL. We all know the best riding is here in GA! :busted:


:thumbsup: :cheers: :thumbsup:




 
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