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Morgan spa diagrams


The water jets in most spas are adjustable so you can turn the water flow down to just a trickle if you want to.
You don't take current spa jets out of the spa. They are held in place by a couple of tabs. Through the years the chlorine/bromine will deteriorate those tabs and the spa jets will start "popping" out when the jets get turned on.
If you pull the jet insert out the socket they are in, you will ruin the jet insert and it will need to be replaced.

Rod
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Fuel line routing


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Fine tune your motorcycle before rejetting your carburetor. If it's still running too lean, you can replace the pilot jet as a first step
2

Remove the bowl at the base of the carburetor by unscrewing the screws holding it in place. Unscrew the pilot jet inside, but be careful not to strip it. The jet size will be on top.


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3

Use a screwdriver to remove the main jet from the brass jet needle holder, which is also called the emulsion tube.
4

Put in a pilot jet that is one size larger. Replacing it with a jet two sizes larger will make your mixture too rich.
5

Tune the slow/idle settings before replacing the main jet. Replace the main jet with one size larger. The sizes are in increments of 5.
6

Put the bowl back on, and align the accelerator pump shaft and rubber boot.
7

Reinstall the carburetor on the motorcycle and retune it to finish the rejet procedure.

Jan 11, 2013 | 1998 Honda VT 600 C Shadow

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I recently had my wiring harness replaced on my 93 katana 750. he also cleaned carbs, fuel filter, drilled jets bigger (he did this because it had after market exhaust slip ons and i didn't want to pay for...


When too much fuel is being supplied to the carburetors the engine is flooded. When you remove the spark plugs it allows the fuel to dissipate enough to allow the engine to run again. Drilling out the jets is not an accurate/preferred method for changing the jet size. Most of the time the jets end up being drilled too big. You can save money by just buying main jets. A jet kit usually will come with the slide needles made with a different taper from the stock needles. You may need to break down and buy a jet kit or a least replace the main jets with accurately sized main jets (not drilled out jets). In other words your main jets are just too big.

Jan 16, 2011 | 1993 Suzuki GSX 750 F (Katana)

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I have had the bike since 2006 and it ran great love the bike. i bought it used with vance and hines sstraight pipes sounds great! never had a power issue is any gear at any speed i took it in for...


If they replaced the jets, did they replace them with the correct size? First off, the metering jets do not wear. Ethanol does not wear jets. If they replaced them, they replaced them to change the mixture. I would have them replace the jets with the original jets. Now, if something is going to wear, it the "needle jet" which isn't really a metering jet. It's the jet that the needle slides in when the slide in the carb goes up and down. It will wear due to the rubbing of the needle against the inside of the jet towards the engine side of the jet. Again, someone it telling you a story. Ethanol will not wear a brass jet. They changed the jet to change the fuel air mixture and now it's not right.

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.

Good Luck
Steve

Aug 25, 2010 | Yamaha Road Star Silverado Motorcycles

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How to replace seal on a jet ski


If the seal is in the jet pump, get an impellor tool and replace all the seals and bearings in the jet pump. You will have to pull the engine to replace the crankcase seals or the rear hull seal.

Mar 27, 2010 | kawasaki Full Suspension Mountain Bike Men

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I discovered tiny ball bearings in my hot tub. Where could they come from? The hot tub is working fine.


The ball bearings from your spa are from a roto head jet. Typically they are from one of the larger sized jets and they make the swivel action in the roto swirl jets function smoothly. You can determine which jet is coming apart by the loose function of the center nozzle. The jet can be removed and replaced to solve this problem. Most jets screw out but when they have deteriorated a lot, you may need plyers to take the jet out in pieces.

Jan 03, 2010 | Qca Spas Majestic Series Aruba Xl Hot Tub

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Jet adjustment where are are jet adjust screws?


There is no way to adjust the jets on these carbs, fuel metering is done by a fixed sized main jet. If you need to adjust you must replace the jets with either a larger or smaller size jet.

Dec 30, 2009 | 1985 kawasaki ZL 900 A1 Eliminator

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HOW DO YOU REMOVE, CLEAN AND REPLACE JETS ON A tzr 50. Is there any information/ diagrams available to view?


Just remove the carb, turn upside down,undo the 4 screws holding the float bowl on,and the jet on the top is your main jet and can be removed /replaced using a 6mm spanner.The pilot jet is lower down ,closer to the front of the carb and can be removed with a screwdriver.

There is also the needle jet which is held in by the main jet and can be removed by simply tapping it down once you have removed the main jet.
But for basic tuning you need only change one jet(main jet).

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Aug 09, 2009 | 1990 Yamaha TZR 250

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How to clean the windscreen washer jets.


The best thing to do with this problem is to replace the jets its very easy and they only cost about £3 a pair. Just pop out the jets with a small driver pull the jet from the pipe and replace with new jets.

Nov 24, 2008 | 2000 Alfa Romeo 156

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Re jet the carburetors


Carburetors supply a mixture of gasoline and air to the engine. The gas comes out of little things called “jets” (usually a pilot jet needle jet and main jet). If you modify your airbox or exhaust to flow more freely you get more air going through your system. This often means that there is not enough gasoline so the engine runs badly. “Rejetting” means replacing or modifying some of these jets so as to supply gasoline differently than stock, usually more gasoline than stock. If done correctly, this allows your engine to generate more power, run a little cooler, start and run smoother and get worse mileage. ,,,

Nov 10, 2008 | 2007 AJP PR4 125 Enduro

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