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2000WR400

Popping under deaccelaration...Help! also....

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I have the air lid and the baffle removed. Could it be the fuel screw? Also can I get some opinions from people with there WRs, YZ timed. How is it? Does is give you more mid-top. I have a 52t rear sprocket will this still give me enough low down grund for the narly stuff, and steep, slow hill climbs.

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I have a 99 WR with stock timing however; what did you think of your bike with the 52 tooth sprocket on the back? Does it help in the tight, slow speed stuff?

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The bike with the 52t rear is much more managable in the slow stuff. You can go alot slower and hardly ever stall. I climb alot of REALLY steep, tight, twisty hills, before I had to use the clutch A LOT{feathering and popping it all the time}, now I can just give it a little twist with the right hand and there I go, up the hill. It really makes a big differance. Wheelies can be a problem though.

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