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Yamaha Raptor 660 - Need Help With Carbs

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I have a raptor 660 with a carb kit i put in it, it is running like shit it will sputter and blubber and shit i had it running good until i would grab 5th and try to go and it would just wana lay down...Can some one tell me a good starting point on the settings for the main jet screws and the needles for each carb left and right...And which size het goes in what side..i have a 140,145, and a 95,..It has a slip on pipe, also has a K&N filter...SOMEONE PLEASE HELP!!!

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As far as which side, they don't need to be the same, or even syncd. I'd try 150/155 and maybe the needles on the 3rd clip. 25 pilots...

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i got it running good now, i have the 145 and 95 in the left carb, and a 140 in the right carb...I got it running good until i grab 5th and try to go good then it wants to blubber and shit the needle is on the 2nd one where should i go???

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from top or from bottom ??

not being a smart a$$, just a PIA ripping carbs apart ... i'd rather be rippin' beer cases :laugh:

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From what I recall from working on carbs, they're always from the bottom? So, 3rd from the bottom. That would make sense to me, which doesn't mean much.

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it should go 140 and 95 jets together

and the 145 on the other side

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