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Old 09-02-2013, 07:23 AM   #20176
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My 01S has a slight bog or stall of sorts, it happens at about 1/16 maybe 1/8 throttle, the carb has stock jetting and intake/exhaust, carb has been taken apart and put in sonic bath, then put in Pine sol.
A/F screw is set at 3 turns out, there is no snorkle in the air box.

I am thinking that due to its age, i may need to replace the rubber diaphragm, i had a fellow DRZ owner tell me that solved the same issue on his, what say ye.

My 03S has the 3x3 mod and jets done, it runs like a pickle seeder.
If I were you I'd remove the carb. Take it apart so that you can get to the needle, washers and black plug. Following the proper sequence of reassembly with the final and important step-make sure the black plug is firmly seated over the grooved end of the needle. It it pops off you will get exactly that symptom. DAMHIK
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Old 09-02-2013, 07:36 AM   #20177
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Yep, I use Tubliss that makes removing a wheel a rare thing.
I certainly like the idea of Tubliss. Their information says for off-road use only. I road my DRZ on a long dirt ride over two weeks. Road riding at highway speeds was inevitable. So for dual sport bikes I wonder.
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Old 09-02-2013, 09:51 AM   #20178
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I learned my lesson on Aluminum Sprockets. At least it was Cheap being on sale and all.

Aprox 1200 miles on this:
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Old 09-02-2013, 09:55 AM   #20179
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I learned my lesson on Aluminum Sprockets. At least it was Cheap being on sale and all.

Aprox 1200 miles on this:
Ouch..talk about premature wear.
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Old 09-02-2013, 10:04 AM   #20180
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If I were you I'd remove the carb. Take it apart so that you can get to the needle, washers and black plug. Following the proper sequence of reassembly with the final and important step-make sure the black plug is firmly seated over the grooved end of the needle. It it pops off you will get exactly that symptom. DAMHIK
I just went out and checked, all that part is correct, i am about to come to the conclusion that is is a combination of the below.

1. Stock jetting.
2. Snorkel removed.
3. Aging rubber diaphragm.

Last week i ordered a new diaphragm, i will also do the 3x3 mod as well, when the parts get here.
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Old 09-02-2013, 10:08 AM   #20181
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So I'm kinda new to the drz. What are some of the necessary modifications?
I'm talking about trying to make it more reliable not so much as superior.

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I beat on mine for a year, in stock form, before doing any modifications. Just start with fresh oil/filter, fresh air filter and fresh tires. Then consider milage and things like chain/sprockets, valve adjustments and everything else that wears out with time and miles.

These bikes are pretty bullet proof. Just make sure you have "case savers" on it. The Thumper Talk ones are fine.


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Old 09-02-2013, 11:45 AM   #20182
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Need help

Hello

Who can help me I need information about fixing footrest to the frame.
Is it similar to:
A

B

C


PLEASE HELP ME...
I need dimensions

Thank you
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Old 09-02-2013, 01:54 PM   #20183
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He got it right... Volatility is a measure of tendency to vaporise (not ignite) that affects the charge's in-chamber properties and behaviour. OPAL (91RON) is intended as a direct replacement for 91RON ULP however they are a little different in their overall properties on paper and when run back to back on a dyno with a 5 gas analyser in an engine that is marginal on 91 RON ULP.
Oops, my bad. Wasn't accounting for the unusual mix.
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Old 09-02-2013, 03:41 PM   #20184
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Hello

Who can help me I need information about fixing footrest to the frame.
Is it similar to:
A


PLEASE HELP ME...
I need dimensions

Thank you
Are you trying to get lower pegs? Me too. I've also heard (not confirmed) that YZ pegs will fit. I hope someone here knows
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Old 09-02-2013, 10:54 PM   #20185
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Hello

Who can help me I need information about fixing footrest to the frame.
Is it similar to:


PLEASE HELP ME...
I need dimensions

Thank you
If you're looking for an IMS's like but cheaper u might go with these:



DRC 50mm Wide Standard Height Steel Footpegs RMX250 89-99, DRZ400 (Fits: DRZ400)



If ur looking for even cheaper but they still do the job as well:



Newly listedFOOT PEGS for Kawasaki 03-07 KLX 400/Suzuki 90-02 RM 125 250/00-07 DRZ 400 DR-Z (Fits: DRZ400)





U can always pm the seller for infos regarding dimensions and what not.
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Old 09-03-2013, 04:41 AM   #20186
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Looking for better front and rear springs.

Looking to stiffing up the suspension on my drz400s 2002, Anyone have a rear spring in the 5.7 range or front spring in the 0.48 range that needs a new home. I weigh in the 230 to 240 range with gear.

If not used, suggestions on wear to buy new?

Thanks

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Old 09-03-2013, 07:50 AM   #20187
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Looking to stiffing up the suspension on my drz400s 2002, Anyone have a rear spring in the 5.7 range or front spring in the 0.48 range that needs a new home. I weigh in the 230 to 240 range with gear.

If not used, suggestions on wear to buy new?

Thanks

Mark
RaceTech has the springs you need and if you mention ThumperTalk you'll get 20% off. I've also found the same springs (RT) on amazon for even a bit cheaper.

While the right springs for your weight will help to keep the bike's geometry and the suspension in the correct part of the stroke.... they don't do as much for stiffening the suspension when it comes impacts (hitting obstacles). The DRZ is fairly underdamped as compared to other trail bikes (especially the forks). I would consider also revalving the suspension to truly get the most out of the DRZs suspension.
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Old 09-03-2013, 11:13 AM   #20188
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Are you trying to get lower pegs? Me too. I've also heard (not confirmed) that YZ pegs will fit. I hope someone here knows
I'm trying to find out this information so I can make footpegs for this bike.
Can you measure and write dimension in sketch?
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Old 09-03-2013, 11:15 AM   #20189
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If you're looking for an IMS's like but cheaper u might go with these:



DRC 50mm Wide Standard Height Steel Footpegs RMX250 89-99, DRZ400 (Fits: DRZ400)



If ur looking for even cheaper but they still do the job as well:



Newly listedFOOT PEGS for Kawasaki 03-07 KLX 400/Suzuki 90-02 RM 125 250/00-07 DRZ 400 DR-Z (Fits: DRZ400)





U can always pm the seller for infos regarding dimensions and what not.
your link on eBay not working
But thanks.

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Old 09-03-2013, 11:40 AM   #20190
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Anyone have a rear spring in the 5.7 range or front spring in the 0.48 range that needs a new home.

Mark



Newly listedEibach Shock Spring - 5.7 kg/mm 889.0057.1 (Fits: DRZ400)






Newly listedRace Tech Fork Springs - .48 kg/mm FRSP 435148 (Fits: DRZ400)


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