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Old 02-27-2013, 11:09 AM
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Fuel screw search

So cycle gear and flex jet both have finger adjustable fuel screw replacements that fit an FCR carb on a dirt bike.

Has anyone found one that fits the hawk? I called those 2 and they dont think it crosses over.
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Old 02-27-2013, 11:25 AM
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Smokinnnn, I'm in the middle of looking for this right now. I'm not having much success, since no one really responds back to me.
Here are the specs we are looking for.

1- 15mm from base of thread, to tip of needle
2- 0.50mm thread pitch
3- M6 thread

If you work with that, maybe we can find something. I may have found something at J & P cycles that works for the Kawasaki, but still waiting for an answer.
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Old 02-27-2013, 12:48 PM
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My mechanic buddy says none of the ones I linked to him would fit. I just realized, you cant even buy them from ronayers right? Since we are not supposed to tamper?

Its just a pain to remove the ones I have for him to braze but it may come to that depending on how bad I want this done.
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Old 02-27-2013, 01:07 PM
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That'd be sweet to have an actual **** on the end of the screw. I just cut a groove in it so that I can use a flat blade screw driver to adjust it.
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Old 02-27-2013, 01:37 PM
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Yes it is.
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Old 02-27-2013, 01:53 PM
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SCREW SET
Mfg. Part Number: 16028-MY5-890
$12.35 from Ronayers, and you can get um from SUDCO as well.

No aftermarket part i know of, would need to be a custom set up
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So for $25ish + shipping I guess its that vs removing them and taking em to be brazed, then re-installing.
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but still waiting for an answer.
I haven't had another reply back from them after enquiring about the length from the base of the thread. Maybe I should not have mentioned that I did not intend on using it on a Harley I did ask if it would fit Keihin series 21 carbs.

What is number 6: is it the fuel screw?
Yes that's we we have in the UK. It's not capped off like yours over there. It's just a recessed screw with the needle on one end. There's also a spring, washer and rubber O ring attached over the thread. But because it's recessed we still have access problems with getting a right angled screwdriver in there.

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I am working on something right now, if it actually work I am gonna be able to adjust my carbs with two ***** fixed besides the choke ****...

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I am working on something right now, if it actually work I am gonna be able to adjust my carbs with two ***** fixed besides the choke ****...

waiting with baited breath!
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