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    The clutch springs are Ďheavy dutyí. Later on I want to get some straight cut gears and a better clutch basket because Iíve heard the stock ones can explode.

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    Probably as they flog out and get loose rivets.
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    Today all the engine bolts were torqued up. I then mounted the engine and the exhausts.
    The only thing needed to start it is a chain and pair of carbs. Still not sure about going for a 35mm flat slide or 32mm round slide. $250 vs $150 ea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by el chupacabra View Post
    Today all the engine bolts were torqued up. I then mounted the engine and the exhausts.
    The only thing needed to start it is a chain and pair of carbs. Still not sure about going for a 35mm flat slide or 32mm round slide. $250 vs $150 ea.
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    The whole idea of the flat slides was better response.
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    2hundy difference. How much did you spend last time out in the Razz?

    Oh, right. Palmy. $82 and went home early.


    So, ahh, ready for Boxing day?
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    If itís taken 3 years to get this far I doubt itíll be ready haha. Itís just a summer trackday bike. . . Keeping it fun and not too expensive thatís why I might save $200 on carbs and get the cheapest Nitron. The 600 put me off racing on the track with the entry fees and tyre bills and getting up early and rushing around.
    Now I just ride my mx bikes as there are 3 tracks 20 mins from home and itís only $20 to go in your own time any day of the week.

    Iím also doing a cnc conversion on a Mill concurrently so I can machine up fork clamps and rear sets for it. So thatíll chew up a little bit of time too once the bits arrive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katman View Post
    I reminder distinctly .




    Kinky is using a feather. Perverted is using the whole chicken

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    That always makes me larf

    "GENUINE OKO CARBURETOR

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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    That always makes me larf

    "GENUINE OKO CARBURETOR
    I know.... he's even copied that blurb off the net as well.
    But some "the real deal oko" are pretty decent bits of kit, they seem to be better made than the factory issued Keihin especially the carb body materials.
    TZ has used plenty.
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    Looks like a 30mm OKO could be the ticket can it be set up easily on a two stroke?
    Mikuni oz sell a 35mm TM flat slide and a jet kit for a TZ750 that might work or a 32mm rounds slide and a jet kit for a RD350LC or a 34mm round slide and a jet kit for a 1972 TZ350. I just donít want to go too wrong and buy something that is a pig to jet.

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    Paging ROB....
    Quote Originally Posted by TZ350 View Post
    .

    Not sure about the other carb's but I know, because of the material used in the casting the genuine OKO from Taiwan, it machines very nicely when you want to make a super trick 30+hp class legal carb that makes a mockery of the 24mm restriction rule, try that with your old pot metal beauty's but shoosh ... ...you didn't hear it from me ...... ...

    if the Kiwi crowd ant help you the aussie option is here
    http://oko-australia.com.au/motorcross-enduro-trail/

    Keihins on the whole are pretty forgiving to jet but the Mikunis offer an option of a replaceable Jet needle.
    i have heard pretty good things re the Tawanese okos's.
    One other option is the carbs off a NSR or RGV liely spendy now and less jetting potential.
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    Having fucked around with several okos trying to get them to behave, I'm glad I bought actual PWKs.
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    I sold the RGV 34mm carbs I had because it didnít want to piss around with power jets and the solenoids. Iíll take a look at the Aussie site.

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    Back to page 1. Hmm, so this is going to be 370ish cc. A pair of 28mm PWK will be ideal and fine for 70hp. Search kx80 carbs new are quite cheap.
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    So Iíve decided on the OKO carb, I can get a 28mm with a power jet and a 30mm without a power jet, is the power jet a deal breaker or harder to set up?

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