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cphillis

Flywheel Weights

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I have a 2000 WR and have a problem stalling in corners unless I ride the bike like a two stroke. I heard that a flywheel weight will take care of this, if so what is the process of doing this.

[This message has been edited by cphillis (edited 05-08-2000).]

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Since you have only ridden the bike 3 times, the engine is still tight and my guess is you haven't even touched the jetting yet. My advice would be to give it a little time to engine the break in, start experimenting NOW with jetting, and most importantly--get a 13 tooth countershaft sprocket if you are riding slow speed stuff. Sorry, not sure what conors is. I can't stress the jetting and sprocket enough.

You'll find many of of your questions already answered--we were all newbies once with this bike too :)

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