Question about 1990 Yamaha TZR 250
RR is the switchboard of the old TZR 125, but limited, there is a wire
in the wiring diagram of the driver's manual states that out of the cdi
but not going anywhere. It is a black wire with a blue line. You have to cut
and make a joint to take to ground (a screw attaching it to the chassis
or negative terminal of the battery) (not which option is best, but most
d of the lead wing 80 TZR drums) but more than CV earn what you
get is to vary the power curve, getting more RPM. I listen from someone owners it installed and did not notice much. Try it and you'd
tell me if you notice something.
The "center control" (switchboard) is not exclusive of jet injection, if that's what you mean. For example, the GP 500 previously had carburetors and all your "center control" (switchboard), the Honda RS 125 GP also, Honda NSR 250 (at least until 2003) also took her, and all are of carburetion. This allows play around with different "center control" (switchboard) in a single bike and so vary the power curve. Be carburetion or not.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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