New Carb

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  1. Noxtol

    Noxtol Member

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    Hey Everyone! my carb is toast, it was a 2000 with the tors system, the previous owner already removed the electrical stuff so i was going to buy the stock VM26-606 carb

    when i found it, it says it comes with a 190 main and 22.5 pilot

    most forums i saw says i should be running around a 240 main and 32.5 pilot.

    my question is- Where to buy the different size jets?
    and also, is there better carb options without totally breaking the bank?

    THanks!


    i have a 67.5 bore on it currently, with stock exhaust and i run with the air cover on.
     
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    Make sure no matter what that it's a genuine carb. Cheap knockoffs are just that.
    Try Sudco or Jets R Us, also Yamaha dealers. Unless you plan on modifications stick with the stock size. Be sure it has the correct slide also.
     
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    The jets are stamp with the size on the side of the jets.
     
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    This is all I can see the page, from what I can tell it only has a 22.5 main and not sure what pilot, I need the 32.5 main and 240 pilot, which ones are correct for this carb?
     

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