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YAMLAM
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I will do GeorgeS, this fecker wont beat me ......i hope :!:
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Toddy
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Did you get sorted ?
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Hi Toddy ,
Yes , rebuilt it all up again, still started one day but wouldn`t fire the next. A friend spoke to Chalky ,who i believe has now retired , and he said try a 60 Pilot jet, i ordered one from Eurocarb, fitted it and it has started first or second kick every time since.
I refitted it to his scooter and he has been riding it about ( to get some miles on before Dyno-ing) since.
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YAMLAM wrote: Tue Jun 28, 2022 4:42 pm Hi Toddy ,
Yes , rebuilt it all up again, still started one day but wouldn`t fire the next. A friend spoke to Chalky ,who i believe has now retired , and he said try a 60 Pilot jet, i ordered one from Eurocarb, fitted it and it has started first or second kick every time since.
I refitted it to his scooter and he has been riding it about ( to get some miles on before Dyno-ing) since.

Nice one :D
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