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  1. He mentions that the needle jet was "the largest size available" and I called Mikuni America (818) 885-1242 and they confirmed that a Q2 needle jet was in fact the largest (or richest) for the TM33. So here is what I pulled from this post and plan on doing. 142.5 Main jet 45 Pilot jet 1.0 Main air jet 1.3 Pilot air jet Q2 Needle jet Stock jet needle (3rd clip from top) Fuel screw 1-1/2 Turns out. I'm at 200' above sea level. The parts just came in today. All I need now is time! I will let you know in a few weeks how it runs.
  2. 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:
  3. 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?
  4. Hey Jon, I am restoring a 1986 DR200 and the carb is shot, so I would like to fit it with a new TM33 and jet it the way that you did here. I see the final jetting was: 142.5 main jet 45 pilot jet 1.3 air jet And largest needle jet? Would this be a Q2? I am not exactly sure the range of needle jets for a TM33, but the website below lists them as P4,P6,P8,Q0,Q2. I am assuming Q2 is the largest. Is this what you used? Thanks!