Can't find a 158 main jet. how about a 160 for Dave's mod?


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  • Juscruzn

Posted November 14, 2006 - 10:06 AM

#1

I have a XR650L and can't find a 158 main jet. i can only find 155 or 160!

For Dave's mod and K&N, de-smog, removed snorkel, stock exhaust. Should I try the 155 or 160? A 152 is in there now.

How about the pilot jet, 52 or 55? 50 is in it now.

TIA!
Matt

  • Phuzzy McPhuzzface

Posted November 14, 2006 - 12:05 PM

#2

I have a XR650L and can't find a 158 main jet. i can only find 155 or 160!

For Dave's mod and K&N, de-smog, removed snorkel, stock exhaust. Should I try the 155 or 160? A 152 is in there now.

How about the pilot jet, 52 or 55? 50 is in it now.

TIA!
Matt


I used 55/160 jets and am at about 500' ASL.

Stock exhaust, baffle is in sometimes, stock paper filter, de-smog, de-snorkel.

Runs well.:cheers:

  • swm007

Posted November 14, 2006 - 03:48 PM

#3

Hello,
Go to a Honda dealer, I just bought one in Tn...you need a #158 round main jet.. You need to specify a round jet..A #52 works good with the stock needle..

  • XR650L_Dave

Posted November 15, 2006 - 08:51 AM

#4

Y'all can hit baja designs (call 'em, don't try to figure out the right jet online!) or sudco for the jets.

Dave

  • TDC71

Posted November 15, 2006 - 02:41 PM

#5

My opinion with the stuff u got already I'd go for the 160. I'm at 100 ft and run the 165,Daves mods, snork pulled, IDS2 pipe only,K&N, dyno jet kit which most guys hate but I love it no probs, and 17 discs in my muffler.Just stage 1ed it and all I did was add 5 more discs to the muffler. If ur at 500 ft or more I'd stick with a 160 .

Todd:ride:

  • tullymars

Posted November 15, 2006 - 07:17 PM

#6

I started with the 160,to fat,ran better with the 158!

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  • goblin127

Posted November 15, 2006 - 08:36 PM

#7

I started with the 160,to fat,ran better with the 158!


Hey tully! Hows Mr Twain doing.

  • Boston Mangler

Posted November 16, 2006 - 05:30 AM

#8

Y'all can hit baja designs (call 'em, don't try to figure out the right jet online!) or sudco for the jets.

Dave


Hey Dave

Thanks for the link to SUDCO, very cool site!

Which model carb is the XR650L? there are a ton listed but i dont know which one mine is. The only #'s i see on it are VE86 BLA BLA BLA but nothing like that on the site. Any ideas?

This is kind of a double post, i apoligize, i am trying to get the #'s so i can order the parts before i head to work

Thanks

  • Juscruzn

Posted November 16, 2006 - 04:13 PM

#9

From SUDCO:

N424-26-XXX "For some Honda PE Series carbs. Sizes #35-#80." is the pilot jet and 99101-393-XXX "For all Honda VB, VD, and VE series carbs. Honda, Kawasaki, CV and CVK Series carbs. Some Honda PD and PE Series carbs. Main Air Jet for FCR. Sizes #90-#200 available." Is the main. These are the XRL's jets.

Not sure what the model of the carb is. I have found a lot of conflicting info, its seems to me a "special" Honda PE series.

  • Boston Mangler

Posted November 16, 2006 - 05:26 PM

#10

From SUDCO:

N424-26-XXX "For some Honda PE Series carbs. Sizes #35-#80." is the pilot jet and 99101-393-XXX "For all Honda VB, VD, and VE series carbs. Honda, Kawasaki, CV and CVK Series carbs. Some Honda PD and PE Series carbs. Main Air Jet for FCR. Sizes #90-#200 available." Is the main. These are the XRL's jets.

Not sure what the model of the carb is. I have found a lot of conflicting info, its seems to me a "special" Honda PE series.


thanks, but i am looking for the SLIDE as well

k

  • Juscruzn

Posted November 16, 2006 - 07:53 PM

#11

Service Honda has them listed as Honda part number 16111-MY6-670, but $58.08!!! :cheers: :p

  • goblin127

Posted November 16, 2006 - 09:00 PM

#12

Service Honda has them listed as Honda part number 16111-MY6-670, but $58.08!!! :cheers: :p


Ther is no way I think I paid about 3 and change for one at my local honda shop. Do a search we came up with the numbers here in the past.

  • Juscruzn

Posted November 18, 2006 - 11:34 AM

#13

Ther is no way I think I paid about 3 and change for one at my local honda shop. Do a search we came up with the numbers here in the past.


I am sorry, that's for the slide, not jets.





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