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Hey guys i bought a ttr250 :) 

But it didnt have a carb on it :*( 

Ive read a bit amd shopped around the oem carb is to rich for me.. so ive turned to the tm33 mikuni. Is there a certain set of cables i should buy along with it? Anyone please help! Thank you!



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My advise is save up and get an original, I haven't touched mine in 3-4 years since I did the jet mod

Now it needs a clean out as it has a flat spot just above idle

You could try youtube but the hassles and issues with an after market unit could be a nightmare especially if the Mikuni is second hand.

also I doubt anyone here can advise you, were all running the stock carby as far as I know

 

Good luck with it though, be interesting to see the results if you go aftermarket.

 

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There's a chap on eBay breaking a TTR, he had a carb for sale.

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BM Steve wrote:

My advise is save up and get an original, I haven't touched mine in 3-4 years since I did the jet mod

Now it needs a clean out as it has a flat spot just above idle

You could try youtube but the hassles and issues with an after market unit could be a nightmare especially if the Mikuni is second hand.

also I doubt anyone here can advise you, were all running the stock carby as far as I know

 

Good luck with it though, be interesting to see the results if you go aftermarket.

 

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 mine has a Koso  32mm , flat slide , power jet ...

Here ====> http://ttr250.activeboard.com/t61885498/32mm-carb/



-- Edited by petenz on Thursday 23rd of February 2017 07:49:42 AM



-- Edited by petenz on Thursday 23rd of February 2017 07:54:15 AM

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Why did you install that one Pete, was the TTR one dead ?

 



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Just saw the first line of the post, leaking



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Some Mikuni info here http://ttr250.activeboard.com/t53141894/fitting-a-mikuni-tm32/



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