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motocrosser316

426 question

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alright I got my 2002 YZ426F a few days ago, and I was riding it today and I pulled in the clutch and let the throttle out all the way and it died, it started back up fine but it did this a few times later on is this normal. I'm new to the four stroke bikes and I'm just wondering if I should be worried or not. I'm thinkin it could possible be the jetting but what do you guys think?

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Are you saying the idle is coming down so lot it's dying? You may just need to bump the idle up a little bit...

-J

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Stock 426's stall notoriously easy. You will need to:

A. Add flywheel weights. This gives your engine a little more momentum, but also makes it rev a bit slower. (Not always a bad thing)

B. Install a Revloc clutch. Eliminates stalling and makes the 426 a climbing monster.

or

C. Add more throttle when letting out the clutch.

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I have an 01 and sometimes if I get too impatient and turn the choke off too soon it will suddenly just cut out but all I do is restart it and continue on my way

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