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I was looking to replace the old boyesen power reeds on my 01 cr250, so I ordered some boyesen pro reeds for it. But these ones have 3 holes in the lower petals where the cage has 2 larger holes. Is there any way to make these work or should I send them back? Can I modify the cage without &%$#@!ing it all up?

 

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I have my son's 01 CR250 apart.  The stock reeds are triple reeds with three screws on each side.  Do you maybe have an aftermarket reed block?

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I have my son's 01 CR250 apart.  The stock reeds are triple reeds with three screws on each side.  Do you maybe have an aftermarket reed block?

Shit I must do, the carb is not the std mikuni it is a keihin pj 38. So it's very possible it's off another model.

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