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    Want to do the standard carb mod for my newly acquired 2004. I am a complete newbie when it comes to working on the carb. Did some reading/searching and came up with the following part # for the 132.5 main jet: 288−14343−66 Went to Boats.net and Stadium Yamaha and it shows as unavailable. Anyone know of a place that stocks it and if so, is the part # still valid? Should I be looking for the part under a different bike like the TTR225? Also, how many washers/shims will I need for the needle (I am at sea level, 60-70 degree weather year round)? Thanks a bunch.

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    132.5 may be a little much, I'd go with a 130 but for how inexpensive they are maybe get both to fine tune to your location...both are found at boats.net but you need to google search it in order to find them, as boats.net's website search engine doesn't return the result.



    130

    http://www.boats.net/parts/detail/ya...343-65-00.html

    http://www.stadiumyamaha.com/pages/o...88-14343-65-00



    132.5

    http://www.boats.net/parts/detail/ya...343-66-00.html

    http://www.stadiumyamaha.com/pages/o...88-14343-66-00



    I'd get 0.030"-0.040" worth of shims, in 0.010" increments.
    Sold bike.



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    Quote Originally Posted by pgilles View Post
    132.5 may be a little much, I'd go with a 130 but for how inexpensive they are maybe get both to fine tune to your location...both are found at boats.net but you need to google search it in order to find them, as boats.net's website search engine doesn't return the result.



    130

    http://www.boats.net/parts/detail/ya...343-65-00.html

    http://www.stadiumyamaha.com/pages/o...88-14343-65-00



    132.5

    http://www.boats.net/parts/detail/ya...343-66-00.html

    http://www.stadiumyamaha.com/pages/o...88-14343-66-00



    I'd get 0.030"-0.040" worth of shims, in 0.010" increments.


    Thanks for the links and the advice on the shims. From what I've read (which is a lot) the general consensus is that the 132.5 is the way to go for bikes at sea level. I've seen at least 2 postings from people who used the 130 and said they wished they had used the 132.5. FWIW, I'm on the West Coast in San Francisco and always ride in 55+ degree weather. Also, my bike is always garaged so I don't have any real cold starts. Anyone else think the 132.5 would be too rich?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfscooter View Post
    Thanks for the links and the advice on the shims. From what I've read (which is a lot) the general consensus is that the 132.5 is the way to go for bikes at sea level. I've seen at least 2 postings from people who used the 130 and said they wished they had used the 132.5. FWIW, I'm on the West Coast in San Francisco and always ride in 55+ degree weather. Also, my bike is always garaged so I don't have any real cold starts. Anyone else think the 132.5 would be too rich?


    I tried the 132.5 and it was too rich. I'm 177 feet above sea level, mostly warm weather, currently in the 90s.



    As pgilles said, go ahead and get both, that way if in doubt, you can try the other one, without having to re-order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodney View Post
    I tried the 132.5 and it was too rich. I'm 177 feet above sea level, mostly warm weather, currently in the 90s.



    As pgilles said, go ahead and get both, that way if in doubt, you can try the other one, without having to re-order.


    Yes, I might just go ahead and purchase both. Since I am so new at this, I really don't want to go back in to swap them. I know it would be easy to do once I get the hang of the procedure to rotate the carb out 90 degrees, but I'm not really into tinkering. Your riding conditions of 177 feet above sea level and warmer temps sound like the perfect setup for a 130, which is why I'm liking the 132.5. As stated previously, I've run across at least 2 postings vouching for the 132.5 at sea level. Thanks for your input.

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    FYI, seems like the new part # for the 132.5 main jet, at least according to Stadium Yamaha is: 288-14355-66-00. The "old" # is not available at either Boats.net or Stadium Yamaha. The new one is available at Boats.net, but not at Stadium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfscooter View Post
    FYI, seems like the new part # for the 132.5 main jet, at least according to Stadium Yamaha is: 288-14355-66-00. The "old" # is not available at either Boats.net or Stadium Yamaha. The new one is available at Boats.net, but not at Stadium.


    Yeah, there was a change. I'm sure if you called them with the old number they would present you with that superseded number. I couldn't think of it off the top of my head. Just found the link: https://tw200forum.com/index.php?/top...__1#entry23212



    Every bike is different, but 177 feet is sea level for jetting purposes (the difference between 0' and 177' is neglible). Either jet will work, but get both just in case.



    I'd start with either of the following:

    0.020" shim with the 132.5.

    0.030" shim with the 130.
    Sold bike.



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    you could also try www.jetsrus.com the dont claim to be geniune yamaha parts but they do list about 50 or so jets for the tw200. ive tried three different jets from them and all worked as a jet should. the only reason i got three jets was to have them for fine tuning reasons. also if you call them they will drop the shipping charges by mailing then in a bubble wrap envelope for about 70 cents. i also got my shims from them. they list two different I.D. sizes, the smaller one was the size for my needle. prob the same for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfscooter View Post
    FYI, seems like the new part # for the 132.5 main jet, at least according to Stadium Yamaha is: 288-14355-66-00. The "old" # is not available at either Boats.net or Stadium Yamaha. The new one is available at Boats.net, but not at Stadium.
    Some people claim 288−14343−66-00 is the new number, some places claim 288−14355−66-00 is the new number. Either will work. It's the OEM part for Australian TWs.




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    Quote Originally Posted by pgilles View Post
    Yeah, there was a change. I'm sure if you called them with the old number they would present you with that superseded number. I couldn't think of it off the top of my head. Just found the link: https://tw200forum.com/index.php?/top...__1#entry23212



    Every bike is different, but 177 feet is sea level for jetting purposes (the difference between 0' and 177' is neglible). Either jet will work, but get both just in case.



    I'd start with either of the following:

    0.020" shim with the 132.5.

    0.030" shim with the 130.


    Sounds like a plan, guess I will get both. Thanks for the shim suggestions. Just wish I had time to ride it.

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