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5 years ago I disassembled and cleaned the carb and air filter of my Honda Dominator NX 650. 2 weeks later I found myself under a truck with my Harley, almost lost it and haven't been on a bike since. I now want to assemble the NX but after so long I can't remember how the carb and breather hoses were hooked up. Do you have a diagram showing the correct setup? Thanks ...Denis@
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
When removing the pilot jet screw, count the number of turns to remove. Put the screw back the same number of turns then unscrew 1/4 turn.
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Posted on Jul 02, 2009
buddy dont worry about it what you have done is put to much oil inside the engine and as the piston goes down it cause abit off pressure which in the small space it has when you over filled it the pressure inside has just forced the oil out the breather into the air box just give it a little clean and drop oil aswell bud
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
Testimonial: "Thats Great news. Yup just like you said I drained all the oil, put in the right amount & cleaned the intake chamber and its running great now.THANKS!"
This sounds lean, from your description. The best way to set it is with an exhaust analyzer... Be sure to look for intake leaks also.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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