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Getting frustrated, need to find the throttle stop screw link.

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Tried searching and getting frustrated. My buddy and I are updating a Wr400 with a '07 Wr450 Carb tonight. I have searched for the throttle screw link that is supposed to connect to the Wr250 page for length to cut or part number. All I ever get in searching is BS links or others not wanting to help and say search for it(plenty of links).

 

Can someone please send me the page to cut or part number we need to get this done by the end of the weekend, please?

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Could you clarify what your question is,  as far as I can tell and later fcr wr450 carb is a straight drop in on a wr400.

 

What throttle screw link to the wr250 are you talking about?

 

 

If you are talking about the shortened throttle stop screw to de-restrict the carb so it has full throttle available.  post #5 in this topic has the answer you seek.

 

http://www.thumpertalk.com/topic/447985-07-wr450-throttle-stop-length/

 

And on that note your search skills suck. :thumbsup:

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Tried searching and getting frustrated. My buddy and I are updating a Wr400 with a '07 Wr450 Carb tonight. I have searched for the throttle screw link that is supposed to connect to the Wr250 page for length to cut or part number. All I ever get in searching is BS links or others not wanting to help and say search for it(plenty of links).

 

Can someone please send me the page to cut or part number we need to get this done by the end of the weekend, please?

There is nothing to update on the WR carb

Bolt it on and go

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The 07 Wr carbs supposedly needs to be opened with cutting the throttle stop. Yz throttle stop is a expensive fix to cutting.

Thanks for the help.

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The 07 Wr carbs supposedly needs to be opened with cutting the throttle stop. Yz throttle stop is a expensive fix to cutting.

Thanks for the help.

 

If you are using a used carb, it has already been done.

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While holding the carb in one hand and giving it full throttle with the other look at the slide. If it's open all the way, it's good. If not you will see the throttle stop and know what to do.

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