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Old January 12th, 2022, 03:50 PM   #201
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I guess it really is as simple as that
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Old January 12th, 2022, 04:25 PM   #202
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Iím going to the harley davidson dealer tomorrow to get new pilot jets and emulsion tubes. the prices there from their huge catalogue is the cheapest place to get keihin parts. one of my emulsion tubes is kind of scuffed up on the bottom near the needle collar
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Old January 12th, 2022, 04:26 PM   #203
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not sure if the emulsion tube not seating 100% on the collar could be doing this. like an imbalance between the two carb bodies. i don’t know if the scuffing on the emulsion tube is bad enough to do that but it’s pretty scratched up. float bowl gaskets were like $3 last time I bought them there
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Old January 12th, 2022, 06:33 PM   #204
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I’m going to the harley davidson dealer tomorrow to get new pilot jets and emulsion tubes.
an HD dealer will have Kaw CVK30 exact spec emulsion tubes? I'd suggest to bring the old one with you to assure precise match....
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Old January 12th, 2022, 07:41 PM   #205
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they match the ones in my triumph carbs exactly. I measured them with calipers a while back when I pulled the internals from the triumph carbs to put in the kawasaki carbs.

I’ve bought all the parts for my keihin carbs from Harley in the past. For Triumphs. they use the same carb body except the Triumph is dual carb.

The harley catalog has multiple different brands for the same part number. I usually get them to order me EBC. jets are usually around $2
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I wouldn't feel good about going to a HD dealer to get parts for my bike at all...
for things like the emulsifier tube in a carb I would go to Kawasaki and only Kawasaki.... if you get an after market cheepo part that doesn't work like the original you'll have problems of all kinds !
besides.. HD is the highest priced place anywhere ! at least they are around here..... buy it online from Kawasaki or a reputable bike shop
some things you can cut corners on, the carbs are not one of those things....
gaskets are.... you can make your own out of a cereal box and have no problems.... or have to re make them again depending how well you did cutting them out LOL..... ( been there done that !)
....yah I think something is amiss somewhere... it was taking throttle and now it's not that denotes a too lean mixture you got a major air leak somewhere !
.... and your emulsifier tube is probably fine scratches hurt nothing
a big dent in it would matter or a chunk out of it, but unless the flow of gas and air mix going out of it...is restricted, or the jet needle gets stuck in it..... those scratches ain't hurting a thing ! so it is probably fine to leave in there.
besides you said it was reving up fine before.... no need to replace it if it was working !....

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Why not get Keihin carb parts from HD dealer? If it's same part, should be identical. His pricing is darn good! I've found large selection of Keihin carb parts for Ninjette from Honda dealers too.

Here's good online source for carb parts. But being able to see, touch and measure parts in question can be quite helpful.

https://www.jetsrus.com/index.html
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Old January 12th, 2022, 09:52 PM   #208
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@DannoXYZ that site has everything. I will definitely check that one out in the future. My local family owned shop that’s family friends is a Honda dealer and I have bought a lot of parts from them over the years too for carbs. They work on anything so they always have a decent stock.

And EBC is one of the most reputable parts and replacement parts makers in the world. I have bought so many different parts made by them and never once had a bad experience. They’re made in the UK. I don’t know if all Harley dealers are the same but they only charge me what the catalogue says. Now I may not be able to buy a needle because that is Kawasaki specific but when it comes to other Keihin parts they’re all the same.
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Old January 12th, 2022, 09:55 PM   #209
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I guess tomorrow I am going to take the carbs inside and completely break them apart and see if there’s something I missed this time. It’s possible but I have no idea what I could have done wrong.

I really hate the idea of being beaten by something I have done many times before. I have replaced every o-ring and hose and the enricher diaphragm and the main jets and I will be getting new slow jets tomorrow, new spark plugs. if I have the time
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Old January 13th, 2022, 12:46 AM   #210
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your not beaten till you give up !

Danno.... um because I am an old stick in the mud and have a set way of doing things..... your right though,.... if the part is identical it makes no difference where you get it !

Marshall don't feel bad I know exactly how you feel but the ninja carbs have done a number to me as well the problem on my carbs is the pilot passage has a 3 way split and that connects to the pilot jet
making it 4 ways ... and you can put carb cleaner into one hole and get it out all the other holes but that does not mean it's not restricted i think that is what got me, you gott'a verify each passage way is clear and not restricted
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but you got it idling why bother cleaning them again ? you clean it if it doesn't work.... if it works you leave it alone ! the bike is not taking throttle
but it was a few days ago what changed? i know impossible to say as you've done so much right ? we think it's too lean a mixture due to an air leak....one hose off would do just that.... double and triple check the carbs that there isn't a hose missing or that the hoses connected to it are in the right place..... it's gott'a work, as it worked before !
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Old January 13th, 2022, 02:44 AM   #211
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not sure if the emulsion tube not seating 100% on the collar could be doing this. like an imbalance between the two carb bodies. i don’t know if the scuffing on the emulsion tube is bad enough to do that but it’s pretty scratched up. float bowl gaskets were like $3 last time I bought them there
Can you post a photo of that emulsion tube
That why I ask if sync the carb as you need a carburetor synchronizer kit to do that because using drill to set butterfly for the initial starting point but not the actual balancing between the two cylinder will be slightly different from each other vacuum as they wear differently from each other.

There are three types of Carb Sync tools
Vacuum Gauges Carb Sync Tool "All over the place I got a Alpha Moto off eBays".
Dial gauges require some initials setup calibration, and the bouncing needles can sometime be hard to interpret at first but once you get it dial in with small value so it not bouncing 90mph all over place.

Fluid Manometer Carb Sync Tool "Motion Pro SyncPro Carburetor Tuner".
The cons Manometer can evaporate over time and easily be sucked into your engine if the carbs are way out sync or when you blip the throttle so don't ever do that.

Digital Carb Sync Tool "The Digi Sync - Digital Carb Sync Tool ".
Nice but a bit more expensive they come in 2CH 4CH 6CH ver.
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did you do compression test after valve adjustment? There may be some valve-seat damage from running with such tight valves.

Is vacuum on right carb still jumping around like before?

After using MotionPro mercury synchronisers for decades, I really like modern electronic gauges. Has damping in software to give average reading so numbers don't bounce around madly!
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Old January 13th, 2022, 07:52 AM   #213
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After using MotionPro mercury synchronisers for decades, I really like modern electronic gauges. Has damping in software to give average reading so numbers don't bounce around madly!
Which one ?.
The Digi Sync - Digital Carb Sync Tool or Prop-Tech - Dsynch2
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Old January 13th, 2022, 11:07 AM   #214
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yes I have synched the carbs many times. they are in synch right now.

That next day when I could see I swapped the gauges to see if it was a hose or a gauge so I swapped the gauges and vacuum ports to see if it was either the gauge or the hose. I have a new vacuum gauge in the box. So I will have to use that when I synch again.

Unfortunately my friend came over this morning and I was showing him the bike and he sprayed brake cleaner on the CDI pins because he said they looked a little corroded. he did this when I went to get some fresh gas at the station and now it will not start. I'm pretty aggravated now. I just bought that CDI. I'm hoping it will dry out. he said he tried to start it after he "cleaned them" so more than likely its been shorted out internally. it still works but not right. the timing is really off


This SUCKS
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Old January 13th, 2022, 11:20 AM   #215
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yes I have synched the carbs many times. they are in synch right now.

That next day when I could see I swapped the gauges to see if it was a hose or a gauge so I swapped the gauges and vacuum ports to see if it was either the gauge or the hose. I have a new vacuum gauge in the box. So I will have to use that when I synch again.

Unfortunately my friend came over this morning and I was showing him the bike and he sprayed brake cleaner on the CDI pins because he said they looked a little corroded. he did this when I went to get some fresh gas at the station and now it will not start. I'm pretty aggravated now. I just bought that CDI. I'm hoping it will dry out. he said he tried to start it after he "cleaned them" so more than likely its been shorted out internally.

This SUCKS
What dim wit you need keep this guy alway from your bike first all he should been using WD40 or CRC electrical contact cleaner or 90% Rubbing Alcohol with brass wire tube brush or brass wire toothbrush brush does not ever use brake or carb cleaner on electronic parts
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the stupid thing is there WAS 4 cans of CRC contact cleaner on the same shelf!!
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I'm hoping it just evaporates. I HOPE
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Take Rubbing Alcohol pour on it the used a hair dyer
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Old January 13th, 2022, 12:29 PM   #219
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Take Rubbing Alcohol pour on it the used a hair dyer
I went out there to grab it to do that and I turned it upside down and shook it to see if I could hear anything and he FLOODED it with liquid. I blew it out with the compressor and thought what the hell I will try it one more time and it started. So I thought while its running I might not get another chance to check for air leaks again if this CDI never works again so I had a Hunt Brothers single serve pizza box and I used it just to cover the intake side of the carbs so I could spray every single inch of the carbs and intake boots to see if it was a vacuum leak like yall have been saying I must have. Well the lid of the pizza box is the exact same size of the intake are of the carbs. I was able to rev it!! Its weird though that it ran months ago with no filters at all but now that I choke it down with a box lid it will run. It is getting too much air. But why now instead of before? must be a combination of plugged ports and the sort. oh well. I was able to start the bike again by shaking the CDI and blowing it out once more. I repeated spraying all over to check for leaks and there are no orifices letting air in....other than the carb intakes. good hoses and caps and new boots and gaskets. I mean they should be as they're all new.

Amazon still hasn't mailed me the replacement air filter yet. they claim they have not received the defective one I mailed back. choking it with the box seems to have fixed it? I mean I can understand why that would be true but I'm afraid the K&N pod isnt going to be that much more restrictive when I get it compared to no filters like right now
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Now I see why everyone complains about filter pressure and tuning these carbs on this bike. the box pretty much sucks it self almost sealing off the intake of the carbs at full throttle and its revving hard and fine. I might have to go to a 40 pilot when the filter arrives. I might have found the problem after all this time. I have tuned all my other carbs without filters before and then once I am in the ballpark finish tuning with them on but I guess not this bike
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Also the CDI seems to have finally dried out. I was not going to be very happy if I had to buy a new one. The timing seems to be back also. its not firing weird and knocking when trying to start it
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Also the CDI seems to have finally dried out. I was not going to be very happy if I had to buy a new one. The timing seems to be back also. its not firing weird and knocking when trying to start it
You mean a used one as new Igniter is not cheap $475 there one on eBay
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Now I see why everyone complains about filter pressure and tuning these carbs on this bike. the box pretty much sucks it self almost sealing off the intake of the carbs at full throttle and its revving hard and fine. I might have to go to a 40 pilot when the filter arrives. I might have found the problem after all this time. I have tuned all my other carbs without filters before and then once I am in the ballpark finish tuning with them on but I guess not this bike
It not that seal up it just way the air box is build and how draw air in which should be on bike any way for tuning then yes you may have go up in pilot and main jet with open K&N Pod filter vs the stock box and it filter by next size or one more size above it all just depend.
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I bought this igniter on eBay for $20 a few months back

I bought the K&N single pod. Just waiting on it, still
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I bought this igniter on eBay for $20 a few months back

I bought the K&N single pod. Just waiting on it
Look for a NoN CA 21119-0010 or CA 21119-0012
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The one I bought back in July was the 21119-0012 from a 2004
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do you know what the difference between the 21119-0010 and the 21119-0012 is?
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do you know what the difference between the 21119-0010 and the 21119-0012 is?
That I don't know my guess is that are the same but there may be a small in diff in tuning timing for the Calif model
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Ignition-curve is slightly tamer on CA version to lower NoX emissions. Not enough to notice any differences.
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Since I’m still waiting on the air filter. I just stopped by the Harley dealership and got them to order new 38 pilots snd 40. even if I stick with 38 at least all new jets will be new. they had one emulsion tube but since I need 2 they went ahead and ordered 2 new ones for me. Just in case I compared them like y’all recommended and they’re the same. 4x-38 and 4x-40 pilots and two new emulsion jets were only $24. I wasn’t going to get the emulsion ribs but they were authentic Keihin ones and $9 each so I went ahead and got them. I don’t want there to be a reason that something is worn out. I’m tired of chasing problems one after another.
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Okay everyone I am going to have to take a week break I started work back a few days ago and we are swamped. I have been working upwards of 13 hours to help out. I will give more updates when all the stuff arrives. I the filter came in but now I am waiting on the carb replacement parts.
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ok no problem remember us when ya start working on her again !
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