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Author Topic: Help with TM30 Jetting specs  (Read 239 times)

dampking

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Help with TM30 Jetting specs
« on: March 27, 2013, 09:25:42 PM »
Hello Everyone!

A friend of mine is planning to upgrade his carb and we thought TM30 will be good for a 350 UCE so we started checking on the net.. but not so sure about the jetting part. I was just wondering if anyone here used them on their UCE350s. For my VM34 carb, I had to change pilot, main and needles so do we need to do the same for Tm30s ?


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Re: Help with TM30 Jetting specs
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2013, 09:53:20 PM »
Hello Everyone!

A friend of mine is planning to upgrade his carb and we thought TM30 will be good for a 350 UCE so we started checking on the net.. but not so sure about the jetting part. I was just wondering if anyone here used them on their UCE350s. For my VM34 carb, I had to change pilot, main and needles so do we need to do the same for Tm30s ?


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Highly likely that you will need to change jetting.
I have no idea how to tell you where to begin, other than the TM  is likely to be jetted too rich in its stock form.
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Re: Help with TM30 Jetting specs
« Reply #2 on: March 28, 2013, 06:22:12 AM »
I am
Highly likely that you will need to change jetting.
I have no idea how to tell you where to begin, other than the TM  is likely to be jetted too rich in its stock form.

Yea, it's pretty tricky. I am guessing that 22.5 pilot and 130 pilot will be a good place to start from. I think I will try to search this forum for older posts and see if I can get lucky because I think I have seen some Tm30 related posts but not sure.

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Re: Help with TM30 Jetting specs
« Reply #3 on: March 28, 2013, 11:11:15 PM »
I just went thru ebay and other sites and figured that there are very less TM30s available. So I guess, we'll go for Keihin PWK 30mm :)