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PAJ

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To simulate the YZF exactly you have to change the PAJ to 100 and close the circuit (remove the spring pushing in diaphragm). As such, the PAJ change leans the bike and the closed circuit richens it.

what the hell is a PAJ? how do i chage it to 100? SOMEBODY HELP cuz i dont know all these technical terms!! :cry:

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2004 wr450f

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just curious, why would someone with a wr want to get a yz-like power delivery when so many of them are trying to get wr power? i haven't ridden one, but according to the riding press, the yz hits too hard. :cry:

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PAJ is in the front of your carb at the bottom of the air intake that slides into the air box boot. Look at you carb from the air box viewpoint and you will see a small hole with a brass jet on the end face. That is your PAJ. :cry:

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just curious, why would someone with a wr want to get a yz-like power delivery when so many of them are trying to get wr power? i haven't ridden one, but according to the riding press, the yz hits too hard. :cry:

once you get it jetted more like the yz its like the best of both worlds. the milder cam helps with traction but yet you still have that out of control power on tap if needed! the people that put the yz cams in a wr are the ones that should be examined by a professional :cry: :cry:

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