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heres the part number list for using the sudco aftermarket fcr-mx.

sudco part needed-

1)016-925 39mm fcr-mx w/choke no tps.

2)021-216 FCR adapter 2-3/8 carb to S air boot

3)021-439 o-ring for adapter

4)017-262 EMN needle

suzuki oem parts needed-

1)'E' Intake Manifold: Suzuki p/n 13111-29F00, Pipe,Intake

2)'E' Manifold Clamp: Suzuki p/n 09402-58208, Clamp

3)vacuum port nipple to retain S petcock Suzuki p/n 13685-29F00 Union,Intake Port **

this carb comes standard with the following-

200 main air jet

160 main jet

EMR or EMS needle

45 pilot jet

100 pilot air jet

remove the standard needle and replace with EMN clip 3.if running a open aftermarket pipe use the standard 160 main jet.if running stock muffler 155 main jet.

Link to product in TT store (ships free!)

http://shop.thumpertalk.com/product_p/int_keihin_drzfcrmx.htm

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heres the part number list for using the sudco aftermarket fcr-mx.

sudco part needed-

1)016-925 39mm fcr-mx w/choke no tps.

2)021-216 FCR adapter 2-3/8 carb to S air boot

3)021-439 o-ring for adapter

4)017-262 EMN needle

suzuki oem parts needed-

1)'E' Intake Manifold: Suzuki p/n 13111-29F00, Pipe,Intake

2)'E' Manifold Clamp: Suzuki p/n 09402-58208, Clamp

3)vacuum port nipple to retain S petcock Suzuki p/n 13685-29F00 Union,Intake Port **

this carb comes standard with the following-

200 main air jet

160 main jet

EMR or EMS needle

45 pilot jet

100 pilot air jet

remove the standard needle and replace with EMN clip 3.if running a open aftermarket pipe use the standard 160 main jet.if running stock muffler 155 main jet.

016.925 $466.00

021-216 $35.65

021-439 $3.68

017-262 $3.14

13111-29F00 $9.98

09402-58208 $2.51

13685-29F00 $5.41

These are the prices from Sudco's site and ronayers.com.

Total $526.37 + shipping costs

Burned, thanks for the information.

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Thank you very much! It's great to see it all layed out like that as well as you covering your butt from answering this question 10 times a day!

:thumbsup::thumbsup::bonk:

Also - no need for the Sudco throttle cables which are listed in their kit? The stock ones will work well enough I assume. Also the S petcock will work for this setup instead of the E? Thanks again!

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Thanks guys. Saved us all a lot of searching and asking a bunch MORE questions. :thumbsup:

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Thank you very much! It's great to see it all layed out like that as well as you covering your butt from answering this question 10 times a day!

:thumbsup::thumbsup::bonk:

Also - no need for the Sudco throttle cables which are listed in their kit? The stock ones will work well enough I assume. Also the S petcock will work for this setup instead of the E? Thanks again!

stock S cables work fine.

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i personally very rarely use them.usually only when a customer has bought one.i end up with extra stuff i do not need.

i can set you up either way.the setting will different than what is listed here for our altitude.

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Thanks Eddie! :thumbsup:

I'm currently running your recommended DJ kit/3x3 upgrade on my 04 S. I also have the full Yosh RS-3 SS. :bonk:

Now I have a question...

Roughly how much HP (ballpark) is this FCR conversion going to buy me?

:thumbsup:

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Thanks Eddie! :thumbsup:

I'm currently running your recommended DJ kit/3x3 upgrade on my 04 S. I also have the full Yosh RS-3 SS. :bonk:

Now I have a question...

Roughly how much HP (ballpark) is this FCR conversion going to buy me?

:thumbsup:

Burned has posted dyno graphs of exactly what an fcr will give you over a mikuni with the 3x3 mod. Do a quick search and you will find it.

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Not only is 3 hp quite a bit considering where it starts out from but it is not only about the hp, the responsiveness of the fcr is way better than the cv.

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