Need WR throttle stop but can't find a part number


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  • Wideopen24_7

Posted February 13, 2009 - 02:40 PM

#1

I'm setting up a 2004 YZ450 for a friend of mine who is new to riding offroad. He weighs over 280 so we had to get him a 450, I just need to detune it for a little while. I know he needs to learn throttle control and he wants a quiet pipe but I don't know exactly what will happen when he cracks the throttle and I don't want him to get hurt the first time he rides it. I can't seem to find the part number for a wr throttle screw.

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  • Zadok

Posted February 13, 2009 - 03:36 PM

#2

I'm setting up a 2004 YZ450 for a friend of mine who is new to riding offroad. He weighs over 280 so we had to get him a 450, I just need to detune it for a little while. I know he needs to learn throttle control and he wants a quiet pipe but I don't know exactly what will happen when he cracks the throttle and I don't want him to get hurt the first time he rides it. I can't seem to find the part number for a wr throttle screw.


PM me your addy and I will send you the one I just pulled off my
09 WR450F.:lol: Can probably drop it in the mail tomorrow
as long as I have heard from you before then.

Consider it a "Valentine" present.....:worthy:

  • broccoli2

Posted February 13, 2009 - 04:04 PM

#3

PM me your addy and I will send you the one I just pulled off my
09 WR450F.:lol: Can probably drop it in the mail tomorrow
as long as I have heard from you before then.

Consider it a "Valentine" present.....:worthy:



dammm, that theres a good price.. and I think it is 5TJ-14591-10-00




 
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