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    A lot of people on the 'old' forum mentioning re-jetting their '01+ carbs with 130 mains. Does anyone happen to know what this translates to on the pre-01 carbs?



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    116 or 118 probably. The old ones come standard with 114. I went to a 116 from the 107! that the previous owner had used, finds it runs much better on the highway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJungnitsch View Post
    116 or 118 probably. The old ones come standard with 114. I went to a 116 from the 107! that the previous owner had used, finds it runs much better on the highway.
    With your modified intake ,you might even go to a 120, i would buy a few different sizes and experiment.



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    Quote Originally Posted by tw1994 View Post
    With your modified intake ,you might even go to a 120, i would buy a few different sizes and experiment.



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    Thanks guys, I assume I'll also have to shim the needle and am wondering if you might know what size those shims should be (diameter)? Thanks in advance!
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    No shims here, seems to run fine.



    Standard intake though, upsized pilot jet (42 from 40), pilot screw 2 turns out. 2000 ft altitude.

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    I posted a few links here: https://tw200forum.com/index.php?/top...ch__1#entry993



    I'll echo what everyone else has said -- with a modified intake I'd start with a 118 and go up from there. I shimmed my needle, but I'm not sure it was necessary. I'll try and see if I can find the little package of shims I used -- I just went to Home Depot and found some stainless washers that worked fine.



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    Quote Originally Posted by treybrad View Post


    Wow, sorry I missed this link earlier. Looks like this has everything I need. Thank you very much!
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