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DynoJet vs. Keihin jets

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I have read that DynoJet main jet numbers do not correlate with Keihin jet numbers. In otherwords, a DJ 165 main is not the same as a Keihin 165 main.

Can anyone shed some more light on this.

Thanks.

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I have read that DynoJet main jet numbers do not correlate with Keihin jet numbers. In otherwords, a DJ 165 main is not the same as a Keihin 165 main.

Can anyone shed some more light on this.

Thanks.

Its true, but they are close. Only a few points different. In which direction, I cannot say for sure.

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A DJ 160 is about 1 keihin 158 or a little smaller, a DJ 165 is about a keihin 160.

Roughly speaking.

Dave

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