03-03-2013, 09:23 PM
Join Date: Oct 2011
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Originally Posted by brent
well i did looks at my book for the 86 motor and you are right it is a 34 mm carb but it also shows a round carb the one on it is a oval type carb and also i got a stock thumb throttle with stock cabel and cap also got a new cable and cap for the 86 and both the caps for the 86 are to small to screw on to the top of the carb it had a twist throttle on it when i got it so this is what made me think it was not stock and they had a fmf gold pipe on it with a k@n alumminum open air box on it so i think they where trying to make it faster
Brent, all the 250R's were 34MM stock. I think I gave you jet sizes to start out with in a previous post. As for the size of yours, you'll have to measure the ID of the intake side to determine what size it is. Honda did use a round slide Keihin on 250R's, but that was on the '85 ATC250R, all 86's three and four wheelers were PJ oval slides. And yes, on a machine equipped with a stock carb, the cap and throttle cable are all one piece, and probably won't fit an oversize carb.
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