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fatmattaz

looking 4 wr450 jetting and emissions kit

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hey guys,

sorry for the same questions u always get but i'm new to the sport and have a 05 wr450 and love it. a friend and i were talking about taking off the emissions stuff on my bike and he said there was a kit for that and rejetting it at the same time. i looked for something like that on the jetting forum and didn't see it or did not know what i was looking for. i would appreciate some advice from some wr450 riders. i live in tucson az about 2300 ft. in elevation give or take a couple hundred feet.

thanks alot fatmattaz

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I used the GYTR kit on my 08 WR........and love it.......not sure of the differences in the JD kit and GYTR........do all the mods....makes a HUGE difference.............

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Go with the JD jetting kit and use the AIS removal kit that can be purchased on Thumper Talk. These combined with all the free modes will get your bike where it needs to be.:applause:

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thanks for the advice,i ordered the jd kit and AIS KIT and look forward to install. i saw someone wrote about "free" mods ? what can i do for free? thanks for all the help.

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thanks for the advice,i ordered the jd kit and AIS KIT and look forward to install. i saw someone wrote about "free" mods ? what can i do for free? thanks for all the help.

Remove the stock butt plug from the exhaust , remove the baffle from the air box, shorten or replace the throttle stop, and unplug the grey wire under the gas tank. :applause:

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