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I want to change the brass colored suction, jets....

I want to find out how hard it is to change the brass colored suction, jets, controls...in my Royal tub. And where I can find the replacement parts

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Call whirlpool or go to local bath and kitchen shop or local plumbing store. they should be able to give a price and tell you how to change all of the items.

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On each side of the switch are screws with different colors.
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To find out which way it's wrong, try taking the air filter out of the air box and ride the bike at the speeds you have the problem. If the problem gets worse, you are jetted too lean. If he problem gets less severe, you're jetted too rich. By removing the air filter, you're allowing more air to get into the carb leaning the mixture. Now, since at this speed you are not a Wide Open Throttle, you're still running on the needle in the mid-range of the RPM range. You can lean the mixture by lowering the needle and richen the mixture by raising the needle.

What you need to do is take the bike to someone with an Exhaust Gas Analyzer and a Dyno. They should be able to put the load on the bike exactly like it's on the road and check your fuel air mixture at any given RPM. This will tell them if you're too rich or too lean and the RPM range will tell them which jet to change or the needle position to change.

Ethanol does not wear brass jets. The shop screwed up the mixture on your bike, that plain and simple.

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