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1993 Dr 350s carb

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Ok, so after the bike got stolen and I got it back, everything was running great. I started having some problems with getting it to run from startup, bogging when cold, dying when you hit the throttle, so I think it might be time to do a carb cleaning. Don't think it had been done since it was new. I got into the carb and started removing all the little parts I could, except one of the air jets at the bottom of the intake would not come out, also, pilot jet, I think, would not come out either and now the slot where you put the screwdriver is boogered and I can't get a grip. I know, my fault, Any ideas on how to get them out short of buying a new pumper from Jessie? Thought of left hand drill bits and ez-outs, but not sure if they make them that small And help would be great:foul::thumbsup:

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Ok, So I get that NOOBODY has ever had this problem before and all jets and screws in your carbs come out with the greatest of ease. BS aside, anybody have any suggestions?

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What I usually do (it's happened more than once for me..) is drill a hole and hammer in a torx for a real tight fit. Undo and replace. Although it might not be the best idea for the tiny and somewhat soft metal pieces inside a carburrettor..? I've never tried that, just so we're clear on that.

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