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    Making an in-line fuel restrictor-

    I've seen this thread http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...l=1#post222793

    But what is the exact size i need or factory for a 1995 sl 650? Should i just use a #90? Anyone have any of these laying around that can help me out?


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    I should have a spare #90. I'll check tomorrow and let you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnsonmtz View Post
    I should have a spare #90. I'll check tomorrow and let you know.
    I have lots of 90's... However, I did make a restrictor before I picked up a couple of factory ones. The 90 jet is actually bigger than stock. I would go smaller than 90. Both of my factory restrictors are installed now and I didn't document the exact size of the inline. Maybe John Zigler has one laying around. Seems like it should be a pretty nominal fee vs. the cost to buy the barb, drill and tap it out to the right specs (i had to order the drill and tap online as the pitch was not standard for the size), and get the jet....

    Hey - I think we talked on the phone a couple of months ago... If you want to stop by I could give you a 90 jet. Heck, I already have a restrictor made in fact......

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    If memory serves me correct, the restrictor orifice size is .018. MUCH smaller than a 90 jet.

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    Yeah, that's why Randy said it can vary depending on paticular ski, mods.......etc. Try a #60 and throw a guage on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnsonmtz View Post
    I should have a spare #90. I'll check tomorrow and let you know.
    thank ya!

    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFishCrisis View Post
    I have lots of 90's... However, I did make a restrictor before I picked up a couple of factory ones. The 90 jet is actually bigger than stock. I would go smaller than 90. Both of my factory restrictors are installed now and I didn't document the exact size of the inline. Maybe John Zigler has one laying around. Seems like it should be a pretty nominal fee vs. the cost to buy the barb, drill and tap it out to the right specs (i had to order the drill and tap online as the pitch was not standard for the size), and get the jet....

    Hey - I think we talked on the phone a couple of months ago... If you want to stop by I could give you a 90 jet. Heck, I already have a restrictor made in fact......
    ah ha! i thought this might have been you. I saw the Medina tag but did not remember your name. PM me your # and i'll give you a call this week.

    Quote Originally Posted by xlint89 View Post
    If memory serves me correct, the restrictor orifice size is .018. MUCH smaller than a 90 jet.
    hmmm...what would .018 be in jet size then?

    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyA View Post
    Yeah, that's why Randy said it can vary depending on paticular ski, mods.......etc. Try a #60 and throw a guage on it.
    What are appropriate readings with a gauge ?
    Would it make that big of a difference if you had a #90 on vs a #60?

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    have these in stock....

    jets as small as 60.

    http://watcon.com/Catalog_Pages/Fuel...ictor_Kits.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buck3yeRideR View Post
    What are appropriate readings with a gauge ?
    Would it make that big of a difference if you had a #90 on vs a #60?
    About 1 1/2 - 2 lbs. at idle and 4 1/2 - 6 lbs. at wide open throttle.

    The difference between a #60 and a #90 Main is 11 jet sizes, so yes, the difference can be signifigant.

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    Anyone have any 60, 70, 80. 90 jets for sale?

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    I can cover you on 90's, but not the other sizes........

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