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I need jetting spes for my fcr keihin on my vor 530cc so it runs well

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Hey there =)

This is the standard setting for the FCR 39 MX:

Max. Jet: 178
Min. Jet: 42
Start. Jet: 85
Idle Screw : 1+1/2 out
Noozle Needle : 0,35
TPS Volt.: 0,5 V - 0,68 V
Jet Needle: OBDTM
Jet Needle Clip: Pos. 3 (middle)

Greetz =)

Posted on Sep 27, 2011


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