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ZR200 warm weather stumble

When the throttle is squeezed quick the sled will die sometimes just stumble and catch up unless the choke is partially out. What will stop this?
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Its the throttle safety switch that does that. You can try adjusting the cable. Mine does the same thing but only when flicked really quickly.
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Its the throttle safety switch that does that. You can try adjusting the cable. Mine does the same thing but only when flicked really quickly.
It is unhooked
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On both my kids sleds, I drilled out the pilot to a 45. Got rid of 80% of the stumble. I will drill them out to 50 before next season to completely address the situation. Figured I’d do it incrementally so as not to overshoot.
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On both my kids sleds, I drilled out the pilot to a 45. Got rid of 80% of the stumble. I will drill them out to 50 before next season to completely address the situation. Figured Id do it incrementally so as not to overshoot.
The stumble is gone I drilled pilot to .055 and installed an adjustable main. Yamaha should be embarrassed.
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