Question about Yamaha WR 426 F Motorcycles
I would check your coolant first off. Your bike also may be running a little rich (too much fuel) which can cause greater heat. I would try adjusting the little black knob that sticks out of your carburetor, this will adjust your air-fuel mixture. Be careful though, adjusting too much at one time and then riding it hard could damage your bike, i'd adjust it little by little and then ride a bit after each adjustment. See if that helps you work out this problem. good luck
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
Wrong yamaha wr 426 are known for glowing red
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