Have I mentioned lately how awesome WR is ? ?

So, the NCVS>NCVQ needle was a wake up call; richer is the wrong direction.  The Flat spot changed, but did not get better. Still sluggish at partial throttle. Now more than ever it required a hand full of throttle to accelerate, and when it hit the peak of the cams, it  wasn't pretty

 

 

After looking at Bikbandit's parts fiche, both WR and YZ's,  I realized that the 2006 YZ450F, (which is basically what my head and cams are now) was leaner stock on the needle, and had a large assortment of even leaner needles to choose from.

 

NFPQ was the needle I choose, as it was the leanest of the group.

 

I installed it, and installed the washers under the clutch spring bolts.

 

WOW is all i can say. 

 

Now I can pull a gear higher, because partial throttle actually works again. 

I was shifting about half as much as usual, and was able to pull a higher gear with less effort.

And with the smoother clutch action and subsiqent smoother shifting (less drag) it was a very improved riding experience. 

 

I LOVE THIS BIKE

 

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What bike? WR doesn't say much.

I've heard orange plastics are available for the WR. ;)

Edited by YHGEORGE

I've heard orange plastics are available for the WR. ;)

:naughty:  :foul:

I've heard orange plastics are available for the WR. ;)

That would be great an orange bike that works all the time. :p

That would be great an orange bike that works all the time. :p

...and that handles, has real suspension, and that doesn't require a piston a month...

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