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Author Topic: Colorado Crew!!!!!  (Read 77295 times)

Offline palepainter

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Re: Colorado Crew!!!!!
« Reply #430 on: Mar 25, 2016, 16:35:36 »
Hey.. Charlie Baltimore chiming in from Boulder.  Just moved here from Maryland.

Where do you guys hang out during the winter?

i ran the DGR in Denver on the green '72 TR6... pic below

Reviving a dead post. Sorry.  I was curious if you guys here in the Denver area were still doing the bike swaps.  I caught notice on Craigslist that it was cancelled.  Looking forward to checking out everyone's scooters.

Offline CharlieBmore

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    • Ton Up Boulder
Re: Colorado Crew!!!!!
« Reply #431 on: Jun 23, 2017, 20:19:28 »
Hey anyone in Colorado tune a vintage bonneville with the original amal carbs?

Was wondering what jets and pilots to use at 6,800 ft ?
- CB
http://www.tonupboulder.com

On the workbench
'74 CB550K
'69 TRW250
'74 Triumph hardtail

Running
'72 Triumph cafe
'78 Triumph Bonneville T140
'08 KTM Super Duke R

Offline CharlieBmore

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  • hold my beer... watch this...
    • Ton Up Boulder
Re: Colorado Crew!!!!!
« Reply #432 on: Jun 29, 2017, 19:46:04 »
Amal came back with:

At 6,800 ft the 190 Main jet size would fall to around 150 and the 106 needle jets would go down to the 105 size.

Anyone know how far off they are?
- CB
http://www.tonupboulder.com

On the workbench
'74 CB550K
'69 TRW250
'74 Triumph hardtail

Running
'72 Triumph cafe
'78 Triumph Bonneville T140
'08 KTM Super Duke R