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Pjk carburutar jet sizes for rmx250 please! - 1987 Suzuki Samurai

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1989
PJ38

Main Jet # 165
Jet Needle R1472m1L - 3rd clip
Cut-Away 5
Slow jet # 60
Air Screw 1 turn out
Float height 16.0 +\- 1.0mm (.63 +\- .04inch)

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