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MartinW

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I thought I was onto a winner, I was going to up-jet my K75. But alas they don't do jets for the K75. How to lean out your EFI in one easy step 44271
Regards a disappointed Martin.

    

WoodyAUK75

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So do you run a different size in each cylinder, or do you need to buy four kits?

    

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I think the pilot jets need adjustment. A good dose of Guinness and Christmas pudding is known to help.


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