lanston carb settings


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  • frankllynn

Posted July 03, 2008 - 06:32 AM

#1

i found this post in the archives. Anyone ever use these settings? Where can you find that needle? Its not in the parts finch.

YZ/WR400F 0 to 8000 Feet.

Needle: OBEKN on clip #3 from the top

Pilot: 38
Pilot Air Screw: 65

Alternate Pilot: 40
ALT PAS: 70

Main: 155
Main Air Jet: 160

Fuel Screw Initial Setting: 1/4 turn OUT

Additionally You will need to purchase an RC wheel Collar and attach it to the Fuel pump rod from normal rest position UP the width of a dime and tighten the collar. (TAFFY MOD)

Ride with caution because the bike will now rip your arms off.

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  • frankllynn

Posted July 03, 2008 - 08:29 PM

#2

anyone????????????????

  • frankllynn

Posted July 03, 2008 - 08:30 PM

#3

what setting are you guys running on the yz 400. I ordered the collar for the taffy mod. Hope it works





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