Billy Who and the WR

I did an oil change and installed my Scott's last nite-04 WR450F. The Billy Who work's good up front, but for the side-under the shifter-no worky! :applause:

I checked the Billy Who site and according to them, I've got the right funnel.

Anybody else experience this? Also, I pulled all 3 plugs. Do you guy's do the same, or just the front (frame) and the one under the shifter?

What a mess. :bonk:

i had the same problem. very pissed. a complete waste of money, and i dont bother with it now

Same comment^. I pull all three bolts everytime.

For the 450's the funnel only works for the front frame drain, and I was under the impression the case drain was out the bottom for the 450's, no funnel needed...is this correct? What side drain are you guys referring to?

299RACER, email me at billy@billywho.com and I'll buy it back from you full pop no problem, sorry it didn't work as expected. Maybe I missed something with the WR, but I don't want you pissed at me about man, drop me a line.

B?

i had the same problem. very pissed. a complete waste of money, and i dont bother with it now

I agree. IMO it works like crap and was a waste of money :thumbsup:

For the 450's the funnel only works for the front frame drain, and I was under the impression the case drain was out the bottom for the 450's, no funnel needed...is this correct? What side drain are you guys referring to?

299RACER, email me at billy@billywho.com and I'll buy it back from you full pop no problem, sorry it didn't work as expected. Maybe I missed something with the WR, but I don't want you pissed at me about man, drop me a line.

B?

It doe's indeed work fine for the front (frame) drain. But no worky, on the center lower plug. As well as no help with the side plug under the shifter. The WR (at least my 04) has 3 plugs that need to come out for a change.The funnel look's like it might work on the side plug if it was re-designed a little. Look's like the motor sets deeper in the frame on the WR's than the YZF's.

1. frame-12mm head/8mm threads ( pretty sure)

2. crankcase lower center-12mm head/10mm threads

3. crankcase left side under shifter 8mm head/8mm threads

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