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Dave_W

Timing WR to YZ

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Can anyone tell me the benefits associated with changeing the WR timing to YZ. Thanks for the help!

Dave

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I just changed mine back to WR from YZ. Much more responsive in tight stuff with the WR timing. It jumps out of the corners from low rpm much better than it did with the YZ timing. I prefer the WR timing for single track and the YZ timing for MX or open conditions. (much more top end power with YZ timing)I think I need a big bore kit to get the best of both!

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Originally posted by Woodzi:

I just changed mine back to WR from YZ. Much more responsive in tight stuff with the WR timing. It jumps out of the corners from low rpm much better than it did with the YZ timing. I prefer the WR timing for single track and the YZ timing for MX or open conditions. (much more top end power with YZ timing)I think I need a big bore kit to get the best of both!

Ditto!!!!! Me too..... Been there done that..

DL :)

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