Flywheel Weights

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  • Dannajoe

Posted May 22, 2002 - 12:47 PM


Hi all, this probabaly has been talked to death, but what has been determined to be the best all around weight for the WR400.Who has the best price, and do I need to purchase a puller.


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  • Taffy

Posted May 22, 2002 - 01:04 PM


folk started on 8oz but the site settled mainly on 10oz with a few under and a few over at 12oz.

get your jetting right at low revs and although still a good idea they aren't quite as necassary.

if you do tight enduros you may want to buy a juice clutch first.

either way the combo of light flywheel, stiff clutch, poor carburation versus fanning cluch, excellent carbo and a flywheel that you know ain't gonna stall in all that gloop; is money and time well worth spending on your steed.

i used a stealy.

by getting all three right you can even gear the bike up for trail and street work as well.



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