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Old March 17th, 2024, 04:00 PM   #361
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these Mikuni's now precisely returned back to stock configuration using both (stock supplied) 140 mains and 5C22 needles with other tricks as well. I'll proclaim these will run near perfect. Ready to go home to owner.
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Old March 17th, 2024, 07:34 PM   #362
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What size are they? They look quite different from my VM34s.
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Old March 17th, 2024, 09:40 PM   #363
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lol yah that might by why the jets are too big...the carbs are off something else and are too big for the engine ! ....didn't think of that ! thanks Jim !
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nice try, but these BDST38 Mikuni are the originally suppied CV carbs on 900,750 and 600cc (both SS and Monster models) up till '98 or '99 when they went to FI. Both jetting and internal differences existed between various models.
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Old March 19th, 2024, 12:26 PM   #365
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Old March 19th, 2024, 03:07 PM   #366
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majority of the day spent on these.....
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Old March 22nd, 2024, 08:24 AM   #367
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just arrived....a set of 250's allegedly leaking from RH carb side. I'll do a wet test first....prior to proceeding. Being used on a kart application.
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Old March 22nd, 2024, 11:42 AM   #368
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supposedly "rebuilt"....I'll take exception to that. Immediate wet test cancelled/cleaning to take precedence.

Note EPA caps never removed to enable both cleaning of the involved pilot port(s) and oring replacement

These carbs were never split, on all 4 vent and fuel delivery rails the orings were both extremely hardened and dirty.

Nice float valve seats, too. I'm not surprised carbs were internally "leaking".

Hang in there for pics after my cleaning is done!
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gut shot.....a lil' bit better, perhaps?
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Old March 22nd, 2024, 03:18 PM   #370
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nearing completion, currently wet testing, both carbs perfectly stable, ZERO leakage, internally or externally. Wrapping it up tomorrow.

I'll surmise the leakage was due to dirty float seats, coupled with possibly incorrect float valves, more on that later after a comparison and precise measurement. More tomorrow. I'm played out today.
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On left the original float needle (from a Far East carb kit used previously) and my currently installed needle on right

Note the Far East version leaked from RH carb
Mine are holding reliably in both carbs

May/may not be related in view of the poor condition of the seats as found.

Anyways, differences are obvious.
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and a couple of photos of completed carbs, ready to return to owner
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a set of Ducati/Mikuni CV carbs here for refurb.....all the usual, totally clogged pilot jets and 1 main jet. All ports/jets/bodies required and received my attention. See pics. Tomorrow will reattach the set, wet test and prep for return shipping.
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I legit just scrolled through all 10 pages of this. You do stunning work! I just rebuild my carbs and if they don't work I know who I'm going to. I come from tuning VW's with a laptop so this is all uncharted for me haha.
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are you familiar with the 36 mm mikuni?

A lot of the guys are upgrading from the 37 to 40 pilot jets what is your take on it?
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upsizing pilot jets very likely requires re-adjustment of pilot screws.Depending on how the bike initially runs....may or may not be worth it.
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upsizing pilot jets very likely requires re-adjustment of pilot screws.Depending on how the bike initially runs....may or may not be worth it.
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in that case, why mess with it?
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a 50 mile ride on my normal North Shore route, upon returning home changed oil and filter on my Honda. So 1 down....2 to go and I'll be up to date with maintenance procedures on my own motorbikes!
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it's always nice to get the bikes all ready for summer... i fired up all mine the other day all started easy except the Ninja 250.... it acts lean I think I may need to adjust the pilot screws again.... once warm it worked really good but it had to be completely warmed up.....
i got the Triumph running real easy... I cleaned the pilot jets and charged the battery and gave it 3 kicks and she fired right up
the kids bike hasn't been ran for about 8 months so I kicked it about 5 times and it fired up... and big Red the XR650L fired up first try with the electric start
.... nice to know they'll run ! still to chilly to ride but I did see the sun a few days ago and the grass is really growing, leaves are starting on the apple trees too so it won't be long till warm weather is here !
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Installed battery into my SS800 Ducati today, bike had been sitting since December 1 or thereabouts.....with same (stabilized) fuel the bike started upon instant touch of the button. Needless to say...I'm a great fan of Stabil 360 Marine.......the stuff flat out WORKS.
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Humm I mainly added that just before winter... but as often as I ride these things any more I think your right..... each of these bikes sets more than it is ridden any more.... and this new gas goes bad in 3 months.
Financial aspects are really getting tight around here now... thanks to Biden
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living is more important than having a collection of bikes that I don't ride much.
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Agreed the current financial situation/inflation is a tough one. I'm also a believer of owning smaller, frequently ridden groups of bikes, 2 to 3 tops for me.
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Currently returning a whacked out 250 carbset back to stock specs. A "jet kit" previously installed containing 2 totally different unmarked main jets (1 large, 1 small) unmarked pilot jets, jet needles and overly long pilot screws.....combined to create a non-runner. Every piece to be returned to stock spec. Anxious to get feedback from the owner once returned and installed.
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As far as I know, they're all completely unusable except for the bowl gaskets and float needles.
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any kit with the pilot screw pictured (on the left side in pic) obviously NG....as far as I know...many kits use these.

Simply clean & reuse original parts FTW.
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you must'a done something Right buddy ! starting 1st pull for a mower is hard to achieve !
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Old May 11th, 2024, 10:10 AM   #400
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today encountered a Keihin carb offa HUSQVARNA AWD mower. After clearing it, starts on 1st pull. (note bowl removed in pic)
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