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Author Topic: Lectron carbs  (Read 2650 times)

Offline bryanjnkns

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Lectron carbs
« on: Aug 01, 2011, 23:12:32 »
Anybody have experience with these carbs? I know of only one person that uses them and he swears by them. Bloody expensive though.

http://lectronfuelsystems.com/carburetor/lectron_power_jet_carburetor_30mm-40mm.html

Offline Nebr_Rex

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Re: Lectron carbs
« Reply #1 on: Aug 02, 2011, 00:23:43 »
If you want to learn about Lectrons go check out the forum at dragbike.com .
They can tell you all about Lectrons.
 
My brother runs them on his GS1100 dragbike and if I remember right they are that great on the low end,more of an all out top end carb.
 
Flat slide carbs are supose to give a stronger signal at the needle jet.
 
Maybe you will want to try a different style of flatside carb?
« Last Edit: Aug 02, 2011, 00:29:53 by Nebr_Rex »

Offline jpmobius

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Re: Lectron carbs
« Reply #2 on: Mar 01, 2014, 11:19:15 »
I ran a pair on an RD350.  Still have them.  I found them much better for drag racing also, though mine are 30mm, and too small for that on a 350.  I replaced them with 34mm Mikunis easier to tune. I hear parts (jets, needles) are no problem to get, but not so easy as Mikuni (or Keihin) and since I have parts for those laying around my shop, my opinion is likely influenced. I never got them to run as good on the street as Mikunis, but good power opened up.
Mobius


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1973 RD350 Yamaha build  http://www.dotheton.com/forum/index.php?topic=66498.0