Help ID this cable please

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  • nondem

Posted February 21, 2010 - 05:24 PM


I've got a FCR39 on my DRZ400 that came from a YZ400F - I think a 1999 model.
It's the older slanted slide type(not the MX).
It's been a few years since I put it on and I can't remember if I used the cable that came on it or on I had laying around.
Long story short- it's bad now and I need a new one but don't know for sure what to buy.
Here is an album of the cable in question.

It's got a "bent" guide at the carboretor end in addition to the grip ends being bent like most are.
Do any of you guys recognize this cable? I need an exact year and model to order a new one. I looked at the fiche at Ron Ayers but they don't show if the carby end is bent.

Thanks for any help!


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  • jayh300

Posted February 22, 2010 - 09:11 AM


been a couple of years since i had my 99 yz400f, but i am almost 100% sure they were curved on top at the throttle and and straight on where they went on the carb..

like this shows...

  • nondem

Posted February 22, 2010 - 09:44 AM


Looks like it's back to the drawing board then...

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