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No such thing as a 'jet-less' carb. Even the Lectron and Smart Carb use jetting, just a different style of jet. (tapered rod that proivides fuel flow control at idle (pilot) mid range(tapered needle) and WOT (Notch on the end of the 'metering rod'.)

 

A 'jet-less' carb would be fuel injection.

 

You are not going to get FI on your YZ.

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Yes that's what I meant the ones like lectron do you think there better then a keihin carb jd jetted

If you believe the testimonials they are...I ordered one last week and should have it by Thanksgiving. I feel like I had my Keihin pretty well dialed in...we will see.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=D8qWyRH4-UM

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I think my YZ runs just as well with the Keihin as my previous Husky did with a Lectron. The Lectron was significantly better than the Mikuni the Husky came with. I kept the Lectron when I sold the Husky, but it was way too long to fit the YZ. The YZ runs so well, I have no reason to invest in a short Lectron, which still apparently is a very tight fit. 

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Speaking from ' a lot ' of experience,

with carbs, efi, etc, etc, get some jets

and needles, and maybe a cheap

( $40 to 60 ? ) ultrasonic cleaner.

You wont believe how fast a carb

can get gummed up with fuel, oil,

water condensation, sludge, that plugs

( or more correctly ) changes the

sizes of all the mini orrifices in a

carb. Usually after doing an ultrasonic

cleaning on a carb, and jetting in

the ballpark, with a fairly decent

condition motor, they seem to always

start with 1 to 3 kicks.

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I just ordered the keihin 38mm air Stryker pwk jd jetted so I don't have to deal with any problems with fitting the lectron in my yz I just want that crisper throttle and a little better response

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