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Author Topic: Need help re jetting my carbs  (Read 196 times)

Offline hwg29

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Need help re jetting my carbs
« on: Jul 27, 2017, 16:24:36 »
Need help picking what size jets to use on my honda cb360. Just bought the K&N RU-1820 air filters

Offline brightrider

  • Posts: 49
  • I meant to do that
Re: Need help re jetting my carbs
« Reply #1 on: Jul 31, 2017, 13:16:04 »
The folks at this site have been excellent in helping me in the past. I have had bikes not on their website listing (which is also the case for your CB360)...but they carry things beyond what is listed, so contacting them is a good idea. They will walk you through all you need to know to calculate the right jets. Not affiliated in any way...just a happy customer.

http://carbjetkits.com/
If it's good enough for Geddy, it's good enough for me.

'75 CB550F "Project 1013"
'03 ZZR 1200
'98 DR350
'94 Magna Sidecar Hack "Project Nudge"
'92 FJ1200

Offline alzcbz

  • Posts: 474
Re: Need help re jetting my carbs
« Reply #2 on: Aug 05, 2017, 20:41:44 »
Get in contact with crazypj on this board. Send your carbs to him. He will modify them and you will be able to run those filters and, more than likely, stock jetting also.

I did this and am running uni filters on my cb350. No flat spots or suing at all.
73 CL350 Hardtail somethin turned into café
99 ZRX1100-Green
73 CB350G-Sold
89 Hawk GT Race bike-Sold
89 TRX250R-Sold