Question about 2001 Yamaha TW 200
THEY MAKE A CARB TOP KIT THAT ELIMINATES THOSE CRAPPY OVERIDES,1 KIT COMES WITH A TWIST THROTTLE OR LEAVE THE THUMB THROTTLE EITHER WAY YOU GET A NEW CARB TOP,THROTTLE CABLE BUT THEN YOU NEED TO GET THE IDLE SCREW KIT FOR IT,WHITCH COMES WITH A IDLE SCREW AND A TAP AND DIRECTIONS.YOU NEED TO DRILL ,THEN TAP ON SIDE OF CARB ,CLEAN CARB OUT INSTALL YOU CARB SLIDE TILL TOUCHES BOTTOM THEN TURN SCREW IN TILL U JUST SEE THROTTLE BODY MOVE AND YOUR IDLE SHOULD BE CLOSE.MEANWHILE U MAY WANT TO PULL YOUR PLUG AND CHECK FOR SPARK BECAUSE WHEN YOU ELIMINATE THE OVERRIDE SYSTEM YOU MAY HAVE TO CACEL OUT THOSE WIRES IF SO THE MAIN HARNESS THAT HAS THOSE WIRES IN IT YOU JUST CRIMP ON 1 OF THOSE BLUE **** SPLICES AND IT DOES A NICE CLEAN JOB AND YOUR CARB IS EASIER TO SERVICE JETTING WISE IF YOU EVER DO ANY PERFORMANCE UPGRADES DOWN THE ROAD,THATS ALOT OF TYPING HOPE THIS HELPS AND FOR THE 100 TO 120 DOLLARS IN PARTS IT IS WELL WORTH IT,BRAND NAME IS MOTION PRO
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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