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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-14-2002, 10:43 PM Thread Starter
 
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will this hurt my bike?

i had the idle adjustment (i think its actualy called the throttle stop) back out on my 89 yz250wr and it was lost. i cant get a new one untill munday and im going rideing this weekend.last weekend when it backed out i ran it for the rest of the day at gordons well and the only thing that i noticed was that it wouldnt idle.

so do you think it will be ok? or should i yell at motoworld some more for hireing IDIOTS that LOSE YOUR FREAKING PARTS and not to mention the over priceing of everything. I HATE MOTO WORLD!!!!!!!!!

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Re: will this hurt my bike?

most of my friends loose theirs so i dont think it will hurt. i herd some1 w/ a yz250f that lost his the first ride n stuck a stick in their and it works!

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Re: will this hurt my bike?

dirt.... you will get drst into the carburator, when you hit the gas, the needle will come up, get dirt on it, go back down when you let off the gas, and drop dirt into the carb, then the dirt will go into the engine, so do you REALLY want to ride this weekend?


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Re: will this hurt my bike?

Duct tape sounds like an answer........

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i saY DUCK tape 2

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Re: will this hurt my bike?

ok cool thanks guys.
when i started it i dont realy feel any vacume. so ill just tape it up and hope it gets me thrugh the weekend i could use a new top end if it blows any ways (all ways ready to "upgrade if nessacary")

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Nah, there won't be any sucking from it, all it is is a screw that if you screw it in, will let a lil more gas in the carb, and if you unscrew it, will let a lil less in...


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actually, it varies the slide position. And it will suck in dirt when wide open.

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true, when you hold the gas open i guess it would...the slide would b all the way up...so...just throw some duct tape on it, it should work fine.


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