Lectron carb ???

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    Okay I've been a little slow on this but I still ride with a stock carb and 320 jet,
    What size of these lectron carbs should I buy these things sound amazing
    No jetting no BS
    I know there expensive, I don't care, if they really do what they say and fit the blaster it will 100 percent increase the life span of motors and overall performance.
    If you have any information I should know about these or if anyone has ever used one on a blaster, I'm really just looking for recommendations from you guys
    I'm pretty much already sold on it ;p
     
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    So a 38 mm won't work?
     
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    66.5 mm bore , vf4, trail head , toomey ,open box, 320 or 310 I forget off top of my head ... Found a 38mm I know people have run them but would a 38mm lectron work I don't know about metering rods do I need different size
     
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    Working and optimization are two different things. I may have seen 35-38 on strictly drag machines but it's too easy to overcarburate a trail machine. 30-33 would be good.
    Just because it's a Lectron doesn't mean you can go bigger.
     

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