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Fuel pipe what size of fuel pipe do i want and where from?

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The fuel pipes CCM use are 7mm you can use 8mm no probs which you can buy from any parts shop ,,

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HI My KTM 200 2002 model uess way to mutch fuel bout 50km to a tank. Any ideas

Thanks for contacting FixYa with your KTM inquiry.
50 kilometers is equivalent to 31 miles. The tank capacity is 2.9 Gallons indicating you are obtaining a very sub-marginal 10mpg approximately.
A couple things to check would be:
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  • Access fuel is going somewhere - is it making OIL/Going out the pipe? Seals or Jets!
  • Excessive smoke out the pipe.
  • Pipe color coming out of the cylinder head (Cherry Red = over fueling)
  • Spark plug color - should be a nice cocoa brown is jetting is correct.
More than likely you have either a stuck float or a jetting problem. Both are very easy to fix. Tap the float bowl with a back side of a screw driver and see if it frees up. Test ride!
For jetting, you can raise the clip on the needle a couple of notches so the needle lowers and this should help conserve fuel in the middle RPM range.
The pilot jet and tower will gobble up fuel like crazy at low RPM's if they are to large a diameter. Refer to your manual and check the stock size for jetting and start with that. Elevation and temp has some effect on jetting as well. Just sounds like more than likely your needle and pilot jet are over fueling the engine.
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Fuel tap problems , runs on prime but not on , on is a new tap required?? or diapram as i read?? where is diaphram situated??

check the vacuum pipe it runs from inlet on number4 pot to center of fuel tap simply works by suction pull pipe off from where it joins inlet
noting where it came from leave it connected to centre of fuel tap remove other two pipes also notinting position they came from
now clean loose end of the vacuum pipe place pipe between lips and apply suction nothing but air should flow through this pipe
but this test will open diaphram in tap fuel should flow from other two pipes
if any fuel comes through vacuum pipe diaphram is gone replacement parts availible for this on major auction site and

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A small connection on the back for the vacuum pipe from the carb.

This pump only spits the fuel along rather feabley, also check the gause on the fuel tap. When bleeding, remove the fuel pipe from the carb and blow into the tank in order to force the fuel through the pipes until all air is removed.

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