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Lt250r carb question

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well i dont know much about it. my uncle bought it because he didnt want me on my 3 wheeler i bought from him cuz i broke my femur in a car crash. its an 85 just know 2nd and 3rd gear where replased, new top-end thinking 50 over idk doesn't say pipe and over sized carb idk how big. i cant check cuz its at his house. i asked my shop teacher and he said re jet it down and see if it isnt gets better. its not pulling like i though it would

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Hmmmm,,,,You said it had an over sized Carb....85-86 lt250's came with a 32mm TM Mikuni flatslide, I believe the 87 and later had a 34TM.....With a Stock motor I wouldnt go much bigger than the 34....Check your reed carge as well...

BTW....dont ever let anyone tell you that Trikes are Dangerous....:wink:

I have an 87 and have a stock bore, stock carb. I have Boysen reeds, Fatty pipe and silencer and a K&N and I am running stock jets in my carb. I have no problems with power or fouling and don't run to lean.

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