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Yz450 cuts out & dies

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I do allot of track riding but the last 2 weekends have done some woods riding. My friends & I like to do some step hill climbs. My Yz450 at time when vertical will pop & die. This isn't good when you need power to finish the hill. Some times on very steep hills it will do this. It is a 05 model & I have no add ons. All stock. Any suggesting would be appreciated. :thumbsup:

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mine does that when its too rich,get a hand adjustable fuel screw. :thumbsup: i don't know about all the 05's but mine (@ 2500') likes a 38pj and 160 mj in summer 3rd clip

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Hey ncmountainman, almost a week ago I sent you a PM...................did you ever get it or are you ignoring it?

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i may have been in a hurry when i checked,and forgot to get back to ya.

sorry 'bout that,i'll go check again :thumbsup:

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i may have been in a hurry when i checked,and forgot to get back to ya.

sorry 'bout that,i'll go check again :thumbsup:

Thanks for the reply, it helped me decide to wait.

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You are from NY. I think you guys can take a pill or something to slow down. Enjoy life bro and have some Avacado :thumbsup:

From KALIFORNIA!

Hey ncmountainman, almost a week ago I sent you a PM...................did you ever get it or are you ignoring it?

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check your intake boot between the head and the cylinder. IF that is loose, your carb may pop off. Had that happen last weekend on the 6 mile. Stuck it back on and it held for the last 4 miles until I got back to the pits.

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