ThatsDax rt High Performance Carburetor

Discussion in 'Intake & Exhaust' started by PatTheThird, Jun 3, 2011.

  1. djpass7

    djpass7 New Member

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    Pull your carb off the intake and check the slide when you open the throttle. The flat slide should come almost all the way up exposing about all of the circular part of the carb. But still I recommend doing a plug chop to know for sure if you need a bigger or smaller jet. You can buy jets here.

    http://www.sickbikeparts.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=116
     
  2. nitrofreak3

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    Not sure if this helps, but any way.. I just got my dax rt carb, and model my intake at 45* angle to clear seat post. Started with #85 jet to rich. Went down the line to the #65, lost bottom but cleared out up top.. a little lean. I left my index bit set at work so no way to measure jetting size, I twist four strands of speaker wire to compare. Not very accurate to say the least. But the jet that came in the carb from dax was spot on. A little four cycling at top until run wot for a bit, after warmed up and cleared out she don't skip a beat. And has great bottom end pull. Very happy with carb for what it is. P.s. I used my stock cable, I had to short in the 45* angle post that comes with carb about .350" then on the slide I used a 1/8 ball end debut dermal and made room for stock cable endo to sit up straight.
     
  3. djpass7

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    The stock jets in the rts are 70 but mine actually measured to be 71. mine happens to be spot on in jetting also. Glad its working out for you.
     

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