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I you feel she is still running hot, check for over advanced ignition timing with a dial or depth gauge in the plug hole. Can't tell you what the measurement should be.
OK sorry to dredge up a 6 month old post.But I just got a new set of carbs. They also came with 70 main jets.Which seems awfully small for a 200,The stock carbs were running 95 jetsI was going to stick 100's in but reading this I'm now not Sure.Are you still running 70's or have you changed them?Also did you stick with the stock 17.5 pilot jets, or keep the new carbs 30's?CheersLogan
I thought the Pilot Jet was supposed to be a #20 (VM22/210-20)? Also, the manual calls for a Main Jet of 90(4/042-90) or 95 (4/042-95).Can anyone tell me if the following is correct for the VM17-18 carbs: Needle Jet for the 175 = O-0 and Needle Jet for the 200 =O-6; Throttle Valve = 2.0 (VM18/158-2.0) where 2.0 indicates a Cut Away of 2mm; Float Valve (or Needle Valve assy) =1.5 (VM15/172-1.5);?? Also, would the correct P/N for the Air Adjusting Screw be VM20/305 and the Jet Needle be #4F18.?? I've ordered new bowl gaskets that are supposed to be for a VM18 carb but neither fits the VM17-18 carbs. Both gaskets a little different. I have purchased several used VM17-18 carbs off of ebay. One was off of a Kawasaki 175 Bushwacker and had ordered a "Keyster" carb repair kit for it. HOWEVER, the bowl gasket does NOT fit. I found a NOS VM17-18 carb on ebay but it's not set up for the 175/200. Thanks...........Tim
never would have thought that a 70 was even close to big enough.but she's stupidly rich with a 100 in there.
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