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Old 03-24-2009, 05:03 PM
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Default Normal 08' 250?

I've done two tight woodland events over the weekend and foun the hit from my bike a little hard after a few hours. I'dont know how it's jetted at the moment, I'll check at the weekend and post them up.

I'm may be me, just got back on a stroker, but I think if I can smoth the power delivery just of of idle, it may make it easyer and/or better to ride in these conditions.

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Pobit's info might be of interest.

http://www.gasgasrider.org/forum/sho...9&postcount=27

The CCK needle and jetting from that post tamed the hit on my MC 250, plus a G2 throttle and a 12 0z. flywheel weight...
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[QUOTE=nick790;28153]I'm may be me, just got back on a stroker, but I think if I can smoth the power delivery just of of idle, it may make it easyer and/or better to ride in these conditions.
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The CCK needle in conjunction with the appropriate size pilot/main will do wonders for low throttle operation.
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So my next question is, where to buy a cck needle?

I'm in the UK, but I guess I'll have to buy it from the US.
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Sudco has all the stuff but IIRC they want you to buy multiples of everything. Their online catalog is a nightmare so a call is the most efficient way to get what you need.

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So my next question is, where to buy a cck needle?

I'm in the UK, but I guess I'll have to buy it from the US.
No, you can get them from any UK carb specialist such as Allens. They're a standard Keihin part.
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No, you can get them from any UK carb specialist such as Allens. They're a standard Keihin part.

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