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Throotle sticking on my FE400e 03 model

The throttle on my FE400E stick of the bottom when you go to open the throttle. Is there a fix to this issue

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  • johnclowes Dec 22, 2008

    Thnax Van_ker

    The problem is only when you are riding it. I have lubed all parts and cable with 5wt fork oil. There is little or no drag. It seems to have the same problem as the XR600 have. stick only at opening of the throttle, it is as if there is too much suction on the slide from the intake vacuum. On the XR6's you used to drill a small hole just below the top of the venturi, on the air box side to releive the vacuum tahat biult up once you shut off the throttle. Does any one think that may help as well

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Hi ..... The majority of throttles close with the use of a second cable and/or the return spring on the carb. Make sure you have approx' 0.2 of a movement before throttle starts to open, second cable (closing one) is 'tight', it can be adjusted at bars and carb and that the cables are correctly routed (manual will have a diagram). Try lubricating cable(s) and throttle tube on the bars. It'll be something simple .......... let us know how you get on.

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