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Old 03-11-2015, 04:16 PM   #1
Bowber OP
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Location: Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria, UK
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Needle position

I've got my 950 in bit doing a few bit of maintenance and I've just checked the carbs tonight.
Front is main 155, pilot seems to be 68 or 89, hard to tell Float is just over 3.5mm
The rear is 160 main, same pilot jet. float is nearly 4mm, and is more than the front carb
Needles are on the second clip down from the top.

From the bit of reading I've done these pilot jets seem a bit on the large side and I think the clip position is the standard.
Motor runs well and doesn't seem to have any flat spots so I'm tempted to leave it be but what do you think?

The carbs are clean and gunge free so I'm not having problems with ethanol yet but I do try to run super unleaded.

Edit, forgot to say it's running the standard filter and exhaust but decat'd

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