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Welcome to the ttr forums Thomas

You have come to the right place to ask questions,they are just about always answered on here.

On the subject of FMF pipe the only place i have seen them for a reasonable price is on ebay eg. http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/99-06-Yamaha-TTR250-FMF-Powercore-4-slip-on-exhaust-/310376759299?pt=Motorcycles_Parts_Accessories&hash=item4843e58003

As for the jets http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Yamaha-TT250-R-TT-250-250R-TTR250-TTR-TT-R250-Carburetor-Carb-Stage-1-3-Jet-Kit-/230816952399?pt=Motorcycles_Parts_Accessories&hash=item35bdc3304f

 

If it is running a bit hot then a good oil change and service would'nt go astray,others may have more ideas..

Have you checked the spark plug to see if it is running lean?

Oil filter clogged?

Wrong oil?

Dirt clogged in motor fins?

 

Jarrah.

 



-- Edited by barra8 on Saturday 11th of August 2012 08:14:11 PM

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hi all . im new to the forum and also just purchased my first yamaha ttr250 2005model . wanted to know is there anywhere i can get a fmf q4 for my bike and also the jets to re-jet the carb . also i went for a little bit of green laning today and the engine was getting very hot any ideas on what i can do to have the bike running a little cooler ?? . any info would be great . thankssmile



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Lucky man - some cracking lanes in Wales - God's own riding territory biggrin

There is a quieter and cheaper alternative to the FMF made and sold in the UK - see http://www.joatmoa.co.uk/ttr250/exhaust.htm 

I have two TTRs with these pipes on and no re-jetting was required.

However, if you made changes to your airbox (opening it up in some way) then it may be necessary to adjust the needle clip position or go up a size on the main jet.

Jarrah's advice on possible causes of over heating are good wink

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Thanks for the links to the fmf and jets. Will be getting one very soon . Yes guru Wales is very good for off road Iv got miles and miles of the stuff . And still can't get enuf of it . I'm going to go with the fmf I seen a ttr with one on and can't wait to get one after the sound on it . It was the fmf q4 wasn't to loud and sounded just perfect so I'm going to go with that . Thank for the advice both appreciate it

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