- 1 What CARB does KTM use?
- 2 Who makes Keihin carburetor?
- 3 Are all Keihin carb jets the same?
- 4 Are lectron carbs any good?
- 5 Why are lectron carbs good?
- 6 How do I identify my Keihin PWK carburetor?
- 7 How do I know what carburetor I have?
- 8 How do you measure a Keihin carburetor?
- 9 Is Keihin better than Mikuni?
- 10 Can you drill out carb jets?
- 11 Are carb jets marked?
- 12 How do I know if my pilot jet is too lean?
What CARB does KTM use?
The 38 H-Series is the recommend carb for all KTM and Husqvarna two stroke dirt bikes that are 125ccs and bigger. It was developed specifically for the 2017 and newer dirt bikes with the balanced engines to get them the fuel they need direct off of idle while maintaining excellent overrev characteristics.
Who makes Keihin carburetor?
The Keihin Corporation (株式会社ケーヒン, Kabushiki-gaisha Keihin) was founded December 19, 1956, and maintains its head office in Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo, Japan. It produces carburetors and fuel injection, and is a major supplier to Honda. Honda owns nearly half of the company shares.
Are all Keihin carb jets the same?
Yes, the jets are interchangable, IF it is the same series of carb. Scroll down to the blue links and find the carb that matches your carb.
Are lectron carbs any good?
If you want the ease and consistency of a fuel injected 4 stroke but the feeling, weight, and agility of a 2 stroke, buy this carb and put it on your 2 stroke and be done with it! It’s a great product and you won’t be disappointed! Everything with a carburetor needs a Lectron.
Why are lectron carbs good?
The Lectron carbs are able to operate in a much wider range of applications, temperature, and elevation due to their fuel vaporization efficiencies. Changes to operate beyond the wide range are simple and easy to make with a screwdriver and adjusting the metering rod.
How do I identify my Keihin PWK carburetor?
Identify by Serial Number
- Remove your carburetor and place it on a flat surface. Look at the regulator chamber, where you’ll be able to see the Keihin trademark logo, to ensure that you’re dealing with the correct brand.
- Find the serial number near the bottom of the CDK carburetor. Write the number down.
How do I know what carburetor I have?
The list number is stamped on your carburetor, either on the corner of the airhorn or choke tower or, if it doesn’t have an airhorn, on the mainbody. Remove the carburetor from your vehicle before looking for the list number to easily find the information you need.
How do you measure a Keihin carburetor?
Measure the inside of the engine side of the opening using a caliper. If you have a stock 2000 KDX200 carb, it will probably measure 35mm.
Is Keihin better than Mikuni?
Registered. IMO Keihin is the best carb you can get for any 2 stroke that runs on gas. I noticed more top end from the keihin over the Mikuni. Plus they are much easier to jet.
Can you drill out carb jets?
By drilling out your stock main jet to larger sizes you will be able to narrow down what jet size your carburetor needs. You will need a numbered drill bit set. If it’s lean and you need to increase the size of your main jet, drill the jet out with the next size larger drill bit, which in this case is the #60 bit.
Are carb jets marked?
Jets are threaded and have a small orifice through their center that varies based on the size of the jet. For example, a jet may be stamped (on its head) with the number 30.
How do I know if my pilot jet is too lean?
If the bike surges or hunts, the pilot jet is probably too small (lean). Other indications that the pilot circuit is lean are popping or spitting through the carburetor when the throttle is opened and popping or backfiring through the exhaust when the throttle is shut.