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Found this article whilst pondering carb options for the 350 (sorry guys, still twiddling my thumbs waiting for Woessner to get their act together...)

Contains a post from a certain TTRFAN. That you Brian?

Does anyone have any further info? Think this TM33 pumper carb can be used  on the DR350, which is in the right ballpark?

http://dirtrider.net/forums3/threads/ttr250-stroker-mikuni-pumper-carb.21061/

 

I was actually trying to find out if there is a larger TK pumper when I came across it. Gone off the idea of chinese-built flat-slides.

There's always the FI option I suppose (might be cheaper and easier to set up too!)

I know there's a thread on here somewhere about the TM32, which is not a pumper iirc.



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Contains a post from a certain TTRFAN. That you Brian?

You been drinking cider???



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mossproof wrote:

Found this article whilst pondering carb options for the 350 (sorry guys, still twiddling my thumbs waiting for Woessner to get their act together...)

Contains a post from a certain TTRFAN. That you Brian?

Does anyone have any further info? Think this TM33 pumper carb can be used  on the DR350, which is in the right ballpark?

http://dirtrider.net/forums3/threads/ttr250-stroker-mikuni-pumper-carb.21061/

I was actually trying to find out if there is a larger TK pumper when I came across it. Gone off the idea of chinese-built flat-slides.

There's always the FI option I suppose (might be cheaper and easier to set up too!)

I know there's a thread on here somewhere about the TM32, which is not a pumper iirc.


It certainly was me Simon!

Some TM32 info here http://ttr250.activeboard.com/t53141894/fitting-a-mikuni-tm32/

Brian



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That thread is actually about the TM33P, which is the pumper carb and goes on to include the TM32 non pumper as well. It's a great read, and I'm seriously considering the TM33P for mine.

 I've spent way too much money on it already to stop now biggrin no



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Also been studying carb-boring, particularly oval boring, where the low throttle position is less affected, but airflow is increased in the upper reaches, which might be what I'm looking for to give good bottom/mid range but let the top end breathe better for power. Just seems that the 'States is the place to go to get these things done

https://thunderproducts.com/carburetor-boring-for-optimum-performance/


Also came across Dial-a-jet adjustable jetting kits, available for ttr250. Thunder Products seem to talk the talk?

thunderproducts.com/product-category/carburetion/dial-a-jet/dial-a-jet-dirt-bike/

Every day's a school day, but damn this internet thing burns time!



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LOL dial a jet....
Re hash and old idea... didn't take of
in the 80..it won't fly now...



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