Suzuki DR650 Mikuni Carburetor Re-jetting Using Six Sigma Jet Kit How…

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What do you think about video?

Vladimir Sokolov: for great job! But what Procycle`s jet kit?

Lou Zenemij: what i was looking for six sigma i you

Peter Zoch: great and that brass jet in the float is for the enrichment circuit, people call it choke. that is the one from plastic float routed via outside brass and coming in front of throttle from above

jaetheo: The answer is yes. I have that any time you change the you need to adjust the gas flow. the factory, the bike comes lean, so most will add a pilot jet, main shim the needle, and turn the mixture screw out a bit even making the other mods.

The kit I had recommendations for the different stages for mod, aftermarket exhaust. even included settings for a altitude trip I am planning Utah this summer.

oh and an extended mixture screw

we are How can I tune my bike’s carburetor. It stay in idle RPM. I tried many times to it myself but not totally satisfied. can u me some ideas. I have Carb.

dtaylorh18: do you need to re jet the carbs you install open air kn filters?

No. I have not done any fine though I do swap out the main jet I haul it back to Utah summer.

Jen B: IDK, spent for my kit from 6sigma, and it was the single improvement I have done to my My exhaust that was alot only made a slight Didn’t Apple start in a

Peter Zoch: 3:25 you a O-ring at the vacuum hole for

marc3075: Nicely done -) But seriously? 6 Sigma gets $50 for a main jets and a couple No adjustable needle?

It’s to design, manufacture and stock needles — and it takes and test equipment to make changes. Throwing in a larger and a shim or two under the needle is you tend to do in your home when you can’t find a jet kit.

Serdar Korkut: Thanks for

ViB33: very helpful thanks

942doc1: How do u shim the like where do u put the shims?on top or and how does it work?plz reply thx

Have u made any fine changes to the carb after the video ?

Rex4x4: Great Thanks man

jaetheo: Yeah, I did change knowing that the comes from the factory very lean settings. I bought the bike in Utah and it to Houston so there was a big change in I bought the kit on eBay for under $40 so must have raised the

There are plenty of posts out on about different settings, I wanted to be sure of the procedure and all the parts on hand.

HurricaneMtnRoad: video. Quick note if I The screws in the carb are not standard but rather they are JIS (Japanese Standard).

Technicians working on Japanese and equipment should own and use JIS screwdrivers.

It was quick. Like a week or so. I they have them built. I would imagine they just customize the based on how you ride and what mod you are looking at.

While in Utah, I did to re-jet and I didn’t have my with me, so I went to the local shop and they sold me a jet for $3.50. So, if you know what you are for, you could build own kit.

infliction9999: Do you have to any parts. Or can the jet kit be done without

MrFly Highya: So did you notice any in power? Throttle response, horse power, etc.

Good catch Peter. I the thing apart several in making this video. The time I have my tank off I have to check to see if it is really or if I found it and added it back shooting this.

jaetheo: No, I have not fine it, though I usually make a change when I go to Utah. I in a smaller main jet to compensate for the It seems to run smooth and has plenty of without bogging down, so I not felt the need to fine it.

Someday I will get around to it though.

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jaetheo: You need to out the plug that covers the mixture jet. drilling an hole in the slode is up to you though. It is to increase throttle response.

Highya: Great vid by the way.

Nice video, thanks for this. Could you do a follow-up to video on whether or not the settings in video actually worked out in the run??

MrRojoneck: Had I known you the carb master, I would’ve had you fix up my racer carbs before you town. Dag nabbit Jae!

Speedy Gonegalez: brilliant vid man im the jets on my hornet today and i damn confident now after this vid btw did u notice much increase.

Aaron Harrison: for posting this video. I bought the 6 sigma kit for my kz400.

There was a slight increase in but the main changes were the on deceleration went away and the throttle response. Thanks for

karandash1991: my needle doesn’t out there is a plastic thing blocked it need help

Nice video man :) how long did it for six sigma to build your

jaetheo: At 2:20, you can see the detail, but the non-pointy end it should go clip,shim nylon spacer. The nylon will fit snug on the needle, so it is to sandwich the loose shim against the metal clip and everything in place.

Fryinberg: i the procycle kit wich came really deatailed intructions and a for the airbox mod, new stainless hex screw for the bowl and lid, sppacer, an 3 jets. i like it

MrFly Highya: Thanks

Social: I got a groupon from and almost got tricked. The description was way off for the deal they were I found groupon reviews several people had the same

Luckily Groupon honor a but my time was wasted.


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