First Blaster 1990

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  1. Slydog

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    Yes incorrect float hight.
    Pluged pilot jet
    Incorrect air screw setting
    Bad reeds
    Incorrect idle setting can all lead to hard starting.
    Also a bad connection between seat and handlebars:D( which is you):p
     
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    Yes incorrect float hight.
    Pluged pilot jet
    Incorrect air screw setting
    Bad reeds
    Incorrect idle setting can all lead to hard starting.
    Also a bad connection between seat and handlebars:D( which is you):p
     
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    I think you have to plug the choke crossover?
     
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    I think you have to plug the choke crossover?
     
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    Yes it’s plugged
     
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    Not a plugged pilot jet just rebuilt it, reeds are brand new, I’ll check air screw settings. What do I need to clean up for the connection?
     
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    Also, after I’m done kicking my oil seems to go back to the window
     
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    Thanks for all your help Sly if you weren’t here i wouldn’t of got it going to where it is!!
     
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    The connection was a joke.
    What makes contact between the seat and handlebars? You.:p
     
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    Hey Sly, I just got the oem carb in from eBay looks like it’s already got tors deleted ?? Bc of the idle screw ? Also I’m going to clean up the carb and put her in tomorrow. that connections good btw lol. Also I was checking it over and noticed my axle nuts were a bit loose.
     

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    So the connection is good:D.
    Just check what sizes The jets are. And the needle number. I think the needle# is 5j22? Can't remember off hand.
    Needle in clip in middle position works on most setups.
    Main jet # is important.have to jet for your pipe and any other mods.

    Good catch on the axle nuts. I always check mine
     
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    thanks sly you the man
     
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    W that idle screw I’m good to take the tors off ?
     
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    If you have the top cap and throttle cable
     
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    Look at the pics of the carb CANT SCREW the cap on bc the threads are so worn.
     
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    Was able to jimmy rig it for now. Just wanted to rip. Talked to the guy from eBay he’s going to give me a discount on another carb since I cut the cable from tors and tried a new cap. Sorry the pics sideways.
     

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    Well how's she running?
     
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    How’d she sound
     
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    Glad to see it running.Couldn't really tell on the sound?
    What pipe is on it ? What main jet is in it?
    It's very important to get the jetting right or you may not ride for to long:(
    Read up on jetting and plug chops on the forum.
     

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