Anyone have a Carb?

I'm looking for a carb for a '99 WR400. If anybody has one that they are willing to part with for a fair price or know where to get one please let me know. There's one on ebay for $400, but I really wasn't willing to spend that much for a used carb that may not be better than what I have. Any help will be very appreciated.

Thanks,

Austin

What is wrong with the one you have??

All the gaskets between the float bowl and the main body of the carb are shot, I can't get new ones without gettting round ones and trying to make them fit, plus the needle and seat it shot. I probably could find the o-rings somewhere if I looked hard enough, but I'm going to pay out the a$$ for them and then the new needle and seat is $55, so I think it would be easier to just try to find another used one and use my current carb for parts.

Ausitn

Thanks Home skillet, now that I read my post I think I said it wrong. I ment the gaskets between the main body and the middle piece of the carb. I think there's about 5 or so of them that are all different shapes (none of them are round). Sorry about that!

Austin

Those gaskets/orings acarter92 is talking about are not available. He has to buy a new carb. TT classifieds, Ebay and hope the carb you find is not someone else's nightmare. A new replacement carb is about $500 through TT aftermarket (not oem).

I'm looking for a carb for a '99 WR400. If anybody has one that they are willing to part with for a fair price or know where to get one please let me know. There's one on ebay for $400, but I really wasn't willing to spend that much for a used carb that may not be better than what I have. Any help will be very appreciated.

Thanks,

Austin

If you can try to get a YZ carb....but always check TT, thats where I got mine at for cheap.....good luck

If I see any I will let you know.

The photo I posted may be generic.

Tokyomods.com has an exploded view of the carb and all it's o-rings etc. The parts did not look that expensive.

I have the stock carb from a 2000 wr400. The guy I bought the bike from put a brand new edlebrock carb on and gave me the old one (with various other parts) in a box. Make me an offer + shipping and I will send it your way.

Save a lot of headaches and just put an Edelbrock carb on it. The first gen FCR's were a lot of problems.

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