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ok I have a 05 drz400sm and just got a new fcr39mm carb for it . the bike has full yosh, exhaust 3x3 air box modd and a k&n filter what jetting should I use?

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ok I have a 05 drz400sm and just got a new fcr39mm carb for it . the bike has full yosh, exhaust 3x3 air box modd and a k&n filter what jetting should I use?

Is it a mx or a std fcr from a drz-e model ?

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the carb is new the person I got it from had 3 of them that he got from a bike shop closing. i would say it is in mx carb,he wasnt sure what bike it was for but I see that the tps is the same as my drz. it has choke but no hot start.

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Do you have the right bell for the air boot?

If it is a MX (Box it came in should say) then:

Remove the #100 Slow air jet from the carb mount

EMN needle, clip #3

45 Pilot jet, 2 turns on the fuel screw

160 Main jet

Do the oring mod.

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ok I'm haveing a hard time finding the jets and or neddle kit that I was told to use.:excuseme: I looked in The TT store and all they had was the JD kit I found a kit (http://www.dynojet.com/pdf/3111.pdf) but this dosnt contane the parts that I was told to use.... ok dose any one have what I will need to do the jetting for my bike.:smirk:

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well after a 5 month breather......

still havent really answered the questions.......

type carb?

removable intake bell?

what jetting is currently in it?

got a pic?

if you have a compatible carb you need this stuff

to make it work.

- 021-216 FCR Adapter 2 3/8", carb to S airboot

- 021-439 Adaptor O-Ring

- 017-262 EMN Needle

- 021-012 Airboot adapter bolts (2)

can get from sudco...

- P/N 13111-29F00 OEM Suzuki E Intake Manifold

- P/N 09402-58208 OEM Suzuki Clamp

- P/N 13685-29F00 OEM Suzuki Vacuum Port Nipple

can order from TT store or stealership

as for the jets, check around the local dealers.

fcr's are on a lot of Mx bikes

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