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    Re: Carburator rebuild - main jets sizes German version

    Quote Originally Posted by CBRDEAN0 View Post
    Based on that picture - the plate vertical will act like a carb header because 1-2 will be one side and 3-4 will be the other.
    If you put the plate horizontal it will link 1-4 and 2-3 and be like an Fi header.

    I have OEM Fi headers on my carb bike and the flat spot is gone - it also feels smoother - especially when carrying a pillion.
    That is great to know, I'd wondered whether there was anyone who made replacement downpipes for the carbed BB?
    I had to replace my original ones a couple of years ago as the collector had shit itself and only found FI ones and it's lost some of the top end rush she used to have
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    Re: Carburator rebuild - main jets sizes German version

    So, back to topic and to my conclusion:

    For the german version all 4 carbs have 145 jets from the factory, .

    The carbs have different part number, so the ECU does.

    For this reasons I decided to stay with 145 jets, but replace them with new ones.

    My first order from partzilla with the o-rings for air-joints between the carbs arrived.
    I wait for the next delivery from partzilla with more o-rings (air cut-off valve).


    I ordered from partzilla, because one o-ring set cost 3,9 $ at parzilla and in Europe the same set 20 € EACH,
    I need 5 (different) sets.. And I only talk about the o-rings for the air-joints, not for the float champer and so on..
    Carbs.jpg
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    Re: Carburator rebuild - main jets sizes German version

    Missing parts arrived yesterday, so back to business!
    I completed the carbs, today they go back to the motorcycle.
    Meanwhile, here are some pictures with carbs before / after cleaning…

    Before 2.jpg

    After.jpg

    After 2.jpg
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