Just got my 426 Jetted right, now I'm selling!



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  • HollandWR426

Posted June 18, 2003 - 09:01 AM

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Well, it wasn't too much trouble but I thought I would let some of you know what I found out in my quest to jet a 426 with BJ baffle, airbox snorkel removed. I found the easiest jetting was basically stock jetting with a ELN at #3. It starts right up, runs strong all the way to WOT. Fuel screw is 1.5 out. I could possible look into doing more tweeking but it runs great and it only cost me $12 bucks for the ELN from the dealer. BK Mod wasn't needed, it timed at just under a sec. stock. Now that it is running great, I am selling :) I bought another toy (Jet ski) and need to sell the WR so I can afford the ski and still get another, cheaper dirt bike. Probably a late 90's 125mx. Or maybe, I will just keep it. If it doesn't sell, it will still be ridden. :D I think the jetting quest is finally over for me though. I tried a few mains and messed around with the fuel screw. Good enough, after all this is not a 250mx, what can you expect? It still hauls ass faster than I can ride it. :D Anyone out there want to try and convince me to keep it?

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  • tctrailrider

Posted June 18, 2003 - 04:44 PM

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Holland,
Good luck with your future bike. Read your post on the for sale side and your comment about maybe a 125MX for the nest bike. From a former 125MX owner do not do it for a trail or woods bike. They are just as tall, very peaky, get about 25 miles on a tank of gas and require lots of maintenance. Look into a used Kawasaki KDX 200. They are a little shorter, reliable, smooth and lots of fun. 70 miles on a tank, little maintenance. Great Enduro bike. My son has one and I enjoy riding it. Probably the best 2 stroke woods bike ever made. Good Luck.




 
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