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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-10-2012, 11:50 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone point me in the direction of Keihin Jet suppliers in the UK please?

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Cheers mate, that'll do nicely.

Silencers are still going strong by the way. I like them more every time I ride the bike.

Just got to sort out it's breathing problems and MPG now.
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What sort of mpg are you getting and what jets have you got in there ?
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I would recommend these guys for all your carb needs.
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What sort of mpg are you getting and what jets have you got in there ?
Take a look at this thread I started Den, it shows the change from stock to what I'm running now.

http://www.triumphrat.net/twins-tech...-part-2-a.html

I got the A/F mixture percentage wrong in the first post, it should have read 13%

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Thanks Steve, I've read that and it's all coming back now.
A thought occurred. I remember you saying your dyno guy fitted dynojet mains. I understand dynojets flow differently and I'm wondering if they're not working with the Keihin needles.
The Keihin equivalents are 137.5.
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