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2005 Yamaha Raptor 350 carb specs

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does any one know what are the carb specs for the air/fuel mix for the carb???

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Here are the specs:

Carburetor BSR36

I.D. Mark 5YT1 00

Main jet #142.5

Main Air Jet #35

Needle-clip Position 5JFC39-2

Needle Jet P-0M

Pilot Air Jet #65

#165

Pilot Outlet 1

Pilot Jet #22.5

Pilot Screw (Turns Out) 2.25

Bypass 1 0.8

Bypass 2 0.8

Bypass 3 0.8

Throttle Valve Size #105

Starter Jet #70

Fuel Level 4 - 5 mm (0.16 - 0.20 in)

Float Height 13 mm (0.51 in)

Engine Idling Speed 1,450 - 1,550 rpm

Vacuum Pressure at Idling Speed 33.3 kPa (9.83 inHg)

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I just corrected the title of this thread a bit....:yes: It said "crab specs".

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