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  1. Junkman

    Junkman New Member

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    Blaster 200 fresh build starts idles but won't rev up . Had tors removed, delete kit, new carb. 2mm oversized piston.
    Bearings and seals , stator and a few other parts. Any ideas
    Thanks
     
  2. blasterBruce

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    Oem carb or china junk
     
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    China junk
     
  4. Larry's Shee

    Larry's Shee Active Member Technician

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    Odds are that’s probably the problem. Good place to start
     
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    Larry's Shee Active Member Technician

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    What mods do you have? Pipe, porting, air filter, air box lid?
     
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    I’d get a 28mm pwk, easy to tune, flat slide, and a little bump in flow over stock.
    Those cheap carbs will give you nothing but headaches
     
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    I use the OEM VM26SS Mikuni carb, very easy to tune and adjust
     

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