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Jet Help

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I have tried all 3 Honda shops in my area and Service Honda and nobody has a 68s or 180 in stock, they are all on back order. Does anyone know of a shop who has them in stock? I'm getting into a time crunch for an upcoming ride.

Please Help.

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I can't see how you guys can't find these jets. the 68s may be tough to come by w/out ordering. However, most others are standard(21 series i believe) Keihin jets. Any shop should have them.

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I can't see how you guys can't find these jets. the 68s may be tough to come by w/out ordering. However, most others are standard(21 series i believe) Keihin jets. Any shop should have them.

Maybe where you live they do.

but not in the Soviet Socialist Republic of New York.

:applause:

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#175 Main jet #99101-357-1750

178 Main Jet #99101-357-1780

180 Main Jet #99101-357-1800

185 Main Jet #99101-357-1850

B53E comp needle & seat #16012-MBN-641 or #16012-MBN-671

68s pilot jet #99105-MBN-0680

70s pilot jet #99105-MBN-0700

If you are at a Honda shop. But, a Kehin main jet or pilot jet for a Kehin smooth bore is the same. You can even get them at a Harley shop.

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Maybe where you live they do.

but not in the Soviet Socialist Republic of New York.

:applause:

Soviet Socialist Republic of New York

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Happycurmudgeon, thank you for your help.

BWB63,

Thank you for your help, I wish I was still stationed in San Diego, I'd make the journey up to ride with you. When looking at motorcyclecarbs.com, do you know what series of carb the BRP has? Their numbering system is kind of greek without knowing what series I have.

I have two harleys, a Heritage for me and a Superglide for my wife, I can go to the harley shop and get a jet anytime. I tore my BRP down for general maintenance, I bought it used and it is 3 years old, thinking I could go to the honda shop and get basic parts without waiting a week, WRONG!

BWB63, I love your website, I'm a sponge for knowledge. Knowledge is power.

As it is said in the south, "thanks, y'all."

Mike

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i do not know what is in a 650r for jets, i just know the 650L uses series 393 mains, and the 26 series for the pilot. i believe the series 22 pilot is just a longer 26 series.

someone please correct me if i am wrong.

yeah the numbering system is Greek to me also, i printed out the cut sheets from Keihin's home page and Sudco 's on-line catalog, pulled the jets from my carburetor and matched them up.

i am carburetorilly challenged, but i am learning

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