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post #11 of 45 (permalink) Old 08-24-2017, 12:21 PM
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Ok I ordered a new CDI as well - along with OEM honda jets, I bought both a #45 and #35 pilot jet does anyone know which one it is because some parts sites have it listed as #35 and others list it as #45.
what are you calling the pilot jet ?, what I call everything is, main jet, idle jet, and pilot jet/fuel mixture jet. there is also another jet, mounts sideways in the carb bowl. , 4 jets in total.

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Ok I ordered a new CDI as well - along with OEM honda jets, I bought both a #45 and #35 pilot jet does anyone know which one it is because some parts sites have it listed as #35 and others list it as #45.
what are you calling the pilot jet ?, what I call everything is, main jet, idle jet, and pilot jet/fuel mixture jet. there is also another jet, mounts sideways in the carb bowl. , 4 jets in total.
I'm referring to the "slow" jet: 99103-MR4-0350 JET,SLOW #35 $7.01

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Stock 350s have a #35 slow jet:

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Ah ok thanks - that's what I thought but in my other thread when I first joined two people said it was #45 so I ordered both just in case.
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I have changed 5 fuel pumps on my trx350. Just changed it last weekend. As long as you don't beat on the atv and expect it to get you back without hurting you somehow you'll be ok.
So basically do nothing that I do.

make sure your airbox is completely sealed. I got a k&n filter for my 350 and it works a lot better.

And if your muffler is rotted out, you can get a muffler from dc performance. It's called the rcm 2. It is a slip on muffler and it bolts on to the factory mounts. I love it. It sounds a lot better too.

And if you want to install a winch consider this picture of my 350.
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I have changed 5 fuel pumps on my trx350. Just changed it last weekend. As long as you don't beat on the atv and expect it to get you back without hurting you somehow you'll be ok.
So basically do nothing that I do.

make sure your airbox is completely sealed. I got a k&n filter for my 350 and it works a lot better.

And if your muffler is rotted out, you can get a muffler from dc performance. It's called the rcm 2. It is a slip on muffler and it bolts on to the factory mounts. I love it. It sounds a lot better too.

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Well that's the problem I don't use it out on a ranch I use it on OHV trails 30 miles back deer hunting and exploring so I need to have a back up plan which is why I want to carry a spare fuel pump, was hoping a $20 one would get me home but I'm just gonna buy an OEM one and keep it in the quad just in case. All the parts are showing up today and tomorrow so I'm gonna start tearing it down today!
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That's great. I always wondered if you could use a high end holley electric fuel pump and program it to make it work on the trx350. I've only bought the oem pumps. I get them on eBay. Anyway, I hope you get the bike running right. I'm going to my property in upstate N.Y. today. I'm going to ride my trx350. And then rip the carb off and ship it to shadetree.
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That's great. I always wondered if you could use a high end holley electric fuel pump and program it to make it work on the trx350. I've only bought the oem pumps. I get them on eBay. Anyway, I hope you get the bike running right. I'm going to my property in upstate N.Y. today. I'm going to ride my trx350. And then rip the carb off and ship it to shadetree.
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Very cool - I'm almost to the point where I want to take the whole thing apart and rebuild the motor and paint the frame, axles, etc but for now I'm gonna take all the plastics and racks off and do this work on it then paint the wheels and racks till I figure out if I wanna do a full resto on it.
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I'd leave it at what you're doing. If you do a full resto, you risk breaking something... Not like I know about breaking something when I took my 85 250 apart.
Anyway, I think that when your done with what you are doing to it now, you won't have to worry about it as much. If you do a full resto, you have to watch out for boulders, and sticks, and stuff like that. I'm sure you will do a great job with it either way.
Make sure you check the front diff fluid. Mine has never been filled. I broke 3 front driveshafts in half. Learned my lesson real quick.


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