2005 Yamaha YFZ450
yeah understandable, from how his was in the video I feel like mine is off by at least a millimeter or two so I think it could well be that.
Working better without the zipite mod could be to due to being over jetted and your leak jet could be too small.Finally got it all sorted, adjusted the float took it for a spin it drove fine, after that I put a paper towel under it and it seems that it’s all dry, the only thing is that before I took it for a drive whenever I would pull in the clutch and put it in to first than gave it gas to start going it would die on me so I basically couldn’t get it going and it had a hard time starting, so I took the zip tie mod off and it’s all good and fine and drives good, could it be that some of the machines don’t like the zip tie mod?
The seat could be plugged up or your float level could be a tiny too high or be hanging up.I guess I spoke too soon, came outside in the afternoon after leaving the petcock open, and again I see a little puddle under the quad so it is still dripping, so I have no idea what it could be now, can you replace needle valve seat just to get that out of the equation? Or maybe it can leak from the overflow tube right where it sits in the carburetor bowl?
Looking at drd they say 172 on clip 6 if it's a stock needle and may require al largerpilot jet #45 or 48.So here are my jet sizes that were in the carb. Main jet 178, Pilot jet 45, leak jet 35. What jets would you recommend for me to put in so it doesn’t die with the zip tie mod like it is right now?