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APJ Mod

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I have an 99 WR 400, & yes i have searched the archives for info regarding the APJ mods. The problem is some of Taffy's old links no longer work (yeah I know old server). Does anybody have any pics they could post reg. the mod. Taffy refers to a ""Small block connector to fit over the rod" but I have no idea how or where I can get this connector. The parts guy will Laugh his arse off if I cannot even describe this part. Any help would be appreciated.

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G'day, ive done the taffy mod on my bike it works great, ive also got the pics on my comp

ill post links if youd like

in australia a found the "wheel collar" to be a little wire connector from dick smith. once u see the pic youl know what it is and where to get one. most electronic shops would have em.

taffy1.jpg

taffy11.jpg

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hope this helps :cry:

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Any radio control hooby shop also has ring collars.

these are circular hoops of metal which fit over a shaft and have small allen scew which tihtens

against the shaft to hold the collar in place.

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Thanks guys, The photos really helped. Is the .024 measured from the connector block to the brass hausing where the robber boot once attached ?

Thanks again

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yep thats right, where the rod starts to go back in. if u take ur carb off and look in from the air intaje side u can see the duration of the squirt is much shorter. just make sure u seal up the hole where the rod goes in cause dirt and crap gets in, either use silicone or some other stuff. i would clean it out as well if i were u. take off the bottem plate and scrape out the dirt. better yet strip the whole carb and clean it., :cry: :cry:

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