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August 4th, 2017, 01:20 AM   #1
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Hi, can anyone tell me what jetts that should be in the carb in a 2002 650?

Mine now has a 190 main jet, above it sits a 35 jet and it is a long 45 jet whit O- ring on it.

I struggle whit the bike being werry hard to start when cold(kick for 2-5minutes impossible whit choke) and almost impossible to start when hot(kick for 10-20minutes)

Staror is rewinded and the spark is good

Anyone knows the right carb setting? I live at sea level and is about 10-20 Celsius

Anything else that might be a reason why it is so hard to start?
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190 sounds huge? 170 mines got in at the mo


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for the record, Col022 has far too small a PJ. it needs to be a 40 with the standard jetting which we usually make into a 38. however, they are very hard to start. we change the slide and the PJ again in our 'easystart' kit.

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August 13th, 2017, 08:36 PM   #9
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for the record, Col022 has far too small a PJ. it needs to be a 40 with the standard jetting which we usually make into a 38. however, they are very hard to start. we change the slide and the PJ again in our 'easystart' kit.

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I have already ordered it from You, about to mount it to day

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