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 New WRR Owner trying to get this thing trail ready!

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PostSubject: New WRR Owner trying to get this thing trail ready!   Sat Jun 21, 2014 4:59 pm

Hey guys,
I just got my WR in February and after finally moving and getting settled in I now have time and money to actually start getting into working on it and building it up.

There's an obvious series of upgrades that were necessary and I'll post on those as I go, I'm wondering if you guys have any other suggestions. As I am new to the WR world any help would be appreciated.

Here's what I have so far:
- 08 WR250R with 13,000 commuter miles
- Q4 pipe, silencer removed
- Mega Bomb Header
- Power Programmer
- UNI filter
- De-Snorkelled the air box and removed the box door too
- ESI 3 Gallon tank

- A mix of other aesthetic upgrades and control mods (pegs, bars, levers, ect)

Oh and the bike came with a Corbin seat that is too low for me (I'm 6'2" with long legs) so if anyone wants to buy mine by all means take it! haha

I'm looking to jump into the suspension (it's awful) and trying to get a final fix for my FMF Programmer cutting out at mid RPMs, I called FMF and Dobeck and they both haven't been able to figure it out, maybe the fuel pump?

I just rebuilt the rear shock and will be posting my findings soon so stay tuned!

Anyways, glad to be here and stoked on my WR. Coming off a XR650R I'm down on power but overwhelmed with control and maneuverability!

Names Jared, I'm in Orange County, CA,
Thanks guys

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PostSubject: Re: New WRR Owner trying to get this thing trail ready!   Sat Jun 21, 2014 9:04 pm

G'day and welcome mate,

In regards to your Mid Range "cut out" and FMF F/P, what are your current settings ?.....

Most importantly, what is the 5th numder set on ? ( It is a well known issue to many - aside it seems from FMF / dobeck - that the 5th number needs to be set to "6", or the "dead spot" will most likely occur ).

If you do a quick search on this site you will find lots of info about this issue with the Fuel Programmer.

Cheers.
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