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Hey All,

I am in the midst of restoring a 1986 DR200. The carb is shot so I picked up a new TM33, after surfing the web and seeing that this is what others have gone to. The original TM28-1 or TM28SS are no longer available, and I want to stick with a pumper carb that will be a direct fit without modifying the intake or airbox flanges. Would anyone know how to jet this for a DR200?

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Hi do you have a push pull throttle cable setup. I would love to try this on my 01 DR200 but it has a center pull throttle linkage.

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Yes, I have the stock push-pull and I am trying to keep it as close to stock as possible. The TM33- 8012 is the closest I can find. You can get it with the throttle set up both ways. The set up you have is less money. Here is the one that you would want:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/MIKUNI-TM-FLAT-SLIDE-CARBURETOR-33MM-TM33-8012-MC-Suzuki/312008123461?epid=171255303&hash=item48a5222445:g:YH4AAOSwAC1aFHlD

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Hey Johnniel1,  I am restoring an '86 DR200 as well and need a new carb(mine is missing the accelerator pump); how did the TM33 work out for you? What did you end up with for the jets?

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Hey Rhyno,

Unfortunately my project is temporarily on hold. I got it all back together with the new top end and and have zero compression. I prolly should have checked that before I put the engine back in the bike, but I have done several bikes and never had the issue. So, stuck ring or valve maybe?..I don't know, but I was so disgusted I set it off to the side because I have other things I have to do before the summer is gone. I will post when it is up and running though.

As far as your carb goes, you can re-build the pumper. I assume you mean the pumper nozzle is missing. The one below will work with slight modification. It is a little shorter, so you will need to file the seat back a little, just under the o-ring groove. (There is a tiny little o-ring on it.) The nozzle just pushes into place. 

Here are the links for all of the pumper parts in the carb.

Nozzle:

http://www.nichecycle.com/ncs/categories/carburetor/replacement-parts/tm29-24-pump-nozzle-35-for-tm33-by-mikuni.html

Nozzle o-ring:

http://www.nichecycle.com/ncs/categories/carburetor/mikuni-parts-by-category/accelerator-pump/n124-063-o-ring-a-p-nozzle-by-mikuni.html

Rod:

https://www.partzilla.com/product/suzuki/13487-14A00?ref=6dc2fae835e907103b805808662a4de8361d6a5b

Plunger:

https://www.partzilla.com/product/suzuki/13493-27A00?ref=6dc2fae835e907103b805808662a4de8361d6a5b

Spring:

https://www.partzilla.com/product/suzuki/13271-09400?ref=6dc2fae835e907103b805808662a4de8361d6a5b

1986 DR200 Carb Diagram:

https://www.partzilla.com/catalog/suzuki/motorcycle/1986/dr200/carburetor

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Thanks for the info John I will definitely look into rebuilding the pump on my carb to begin with, didn't think I could rebuilt that part.  Would still be interested to see how your new one turns out whenever you get back to it.  Have a great summer. 

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