Jets Where do you get 'em

Alright seems most Jetting threads talk about getting a bigger Pilot Jet with the DynoJet kit. Getting a Kehnin 55 or 58, and most say "just go to the dealer".

Well I went to my Dealer and those friggin Yahoos have not clue. They say we can get you a stock 50; but not a 55 or 58 for the L models carb. The dude there didn't even know what the L was at first He's like "Thats' an on off road bike huh?"

I can't stand dealing with these idiots, where can I order them from? Internet seach doesn't come up with much and I can't find any on eBay.

My bike has the DynoJet kit, K&N, and Big Gun, still running kind lean (afterburn, and sometimes after running hard, will stall out when You slow to a stop for a stop sign or light).

i love having ballards just down the road, i went in to get my staintune header and a 68 pilot, took em 10 seconds to get em off the shelf from what i have read bajadesigns seems best for the usa

Sounds like you have a crappy dealer. Baja Designs has plenty of jets to sell you.

Sudco.com or carbparts.com. They'll have the jets you're looking for.

Sounds like you have a crappy dealer. Baja Designs has plenty of jets to sell you.
The Honda Dealers in Phoenix are just as crappy. I went in wanting a 68s jet. They just looked dumb founded. Never heard of s jet. So I told them my 650 had a 65s jet from factory. :thumbsup:

If you can't find them anywhere else, most jets are avaialable from the TT Store. They are usually a few bucks a jet. Send an email or call us.

Just so you know though, we do have flat rate shipping and handling, so ANY order under $149 is $7.49.... even 2 or 3 jets.

Is it right for "you" to purchase jets from us beause of that? Maybe not, but if you can't find them anywhere else or are ordering other stuff too.... I just thought I'd let you guys know that they are available here.

I got mine from www.motorcycle-superstore.com. Just type in 'keihin jets' (without the quote marks) on the search field at the top of the page.

James Dean has jets as well....he's one of the Jetting gurus on this site :thumbsup:

If you can't find them anywhere else, most jets are avaialable from the TT Store. They are usually a few bucks a jet. Send an email or call us.

Just so you know though, we do have flat rate shipping and handling, so ANY order under $149 is $7.49.... even 2 or 3 jets.

Is it right for "you" to purchase jets from us beause of that? Maybe not, but if you can't find them anywhere else or are ordering other stuff too.... I just thought I'd let you guys know that they are available here.

I ordered a bunch of jets from TT and they were half the price of the local dealer and I got a range to jet all the bikes my friends and family have for our local higher elevations.

I ordered up a 55pilot 58pilot, 160 and 165 main from Sudco, I just need to get my hands on the stock needle now, so I can see if the Dynojet setup is more to my liking or Dave's.

Anyone got a stock needle laying around??

Where can I find a 68s pilot jet?

Where can I find a 68s pilot jet?

The only place I'm aware of that you can get "S" jets is directly from Honda.

Part number 99105-MBN-0680. Replace the "68" in the part number with whatever size you need (e.g. 99105-MBN-0700 is a 70s).

Personally, I use a normal 68. I've never found anything conclusive on the reasoning behind the different sized emulsification holes in the "S" jets. What I have found suggests it is emissions related. :ride:

Thanks for the info. I show the 99105-MBN-0680 part # as a

#68 slow jet, which we have. How do you specify the "S" 68?

The part description doesn't specify that it's an "S", but it is.

Thanks!

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