stock blaster carb

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  1. 2stroke4lif3

    2stroke4lif3 New Member

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    just wondering what the stock blaster carb is such as the make so i can order new jets for it i know its 28mm but nothing about pj or pwk what ever those mean
     
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    Stock Yamaha Blaster Carburetors are manufactured by Mikuni, and they are 26 mm, not 28.
     
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    whats your mods? if it all bone stock stock jet is 230 and needle postion is 3. and no it is not a 28mm its a 26 or something idk lol. if you have a aftermarket exhaust ask the maunufacter for jetting infomartion
     
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    its a Mikuni VM series 26mm. uses 6mm hex style mikuni main jets, should not be necessary to change the pilot
     
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    i just put a wisco big bore kit and bored it out to a 210cc and has a full fmf exhaust and cant get it to run right What should i do? it has no top end what so ever
     
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    Uummmm, you realize this thread is seven years old ?
     
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  8. Larry's Shee

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    Start your own new thread. List ALL engine mods from air filter to silencer, including ALL jetting/carb settings. What all have you done or tried to rectify the problem ?

    What exactly is it doing? Have you done a plug chop/reading?



    :rolleyes: :D:D:D
     
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    well i fixed the problem my dumb ass put the piston in backwards.i fixed it today and it ran so much better, i put the carb needle on the 3rd position and put a 240 jet in it for the 210cc big bore kit and full fmf exhaust
     
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    Been there, done that. Not with a Blaster, but T-500 Suzuki twin with left and right pistons. Ring ends ended up in the exhaust ports :rolleyes:.

    Glad you got it fixed !!
     

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