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Carb I am going to buy Suzuki DR 650 RSE 1993 in few hours. I have understood that it has 40mm CV carb as original carb. Am I right?? I have Keihin FCR 39 from my previous bike (DR-Z 400 SM). I would like to use it in that 650. Is that possible? Can I use it or do I need to buy Keihin FCR 41, Mikuni TM 40 or something like that?

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No! It will not work on your bike! Save yourself some major grief by sending it to me! :thumbsup: :lol: But seriously folks... it will work great once whatever jetting changes that may be required are done. I'm thinking you'll have to do some throttle cable rigging and possibly adapters for the air boot and/or intake manifold. I have no experience with this conversion so I'm just assuming. Taking the carbs off for measurements would answer all those questions. Certainly a doable project and a mass improvement over the vacuum slide Mikuni!! I have every intention of doing a project like this once I'm back in my home state of Michigan. Just in my initial thought process I believe I would pick the 39mm carb over the 41mm carb. My primary reason would be to maintain and/or improve low end. There will already be a marked increase in top end even going to the smaller bore due to the superior flow design of the FCR carb. Good luck in your project.... I'm jealous! If you ever think of not doing the project for whatever reason I'd be interested in buying your carb

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