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TTR125 Carb Tune - November 7, 2013, 01:34 PM

I recently put a new carb on my ttr125, however I didn't count the factory-set rotations on the mixtures screw on the old one before I got rid of it.

How would I go about making sure the screw is turned to the correct mixture ratio?
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November 7, 2013, 01:42 PM

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I have the manual and it says COUNT THE TURNS WHEN YOU TAKE IT OUT AND WHEN YOU PUT IT BACK TURN IT THE SAME NUMBER OF TURNS
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November 7, 2013, 01:47 PM

Well you'd know what too tight is and you know what too loose is.

nothing wrong with a test and tune..adjust...fire it up....adjust...fire it up. Short of someone either posting up detailed-shop info a mech would know or someone going out to their ttr125 and counting, I'm not sure how else you'd find out besides testing and tuning.


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November 7, 2013, 01:49 PM

1 1/2 turns.


Yeah I am old enough to know better. Thing is, I just don't care.
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Is it the stock carb with stock jetting? If so, rejet it before dealing with any of the turns. Stock jetting sucks.


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Is it the stock carb with stock jetting? If so, rejet it before dealing with any of the turns. Stock jetting sucks.
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