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Old 02-21-2013, 10:23 AM
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Hello ive been having issues with my pj flooding so finding a cheap carb 20.. thought it would be good for spares so when finding a pwk with no chrome missing from the slide im thinking it should just go straight on...its a 1992 with 95 pro circuit pipe with no issues as such? also same man sold me a lighting kit(alternator) and casing to fit, this extends the flywheel end of the crank by 40mm no ideas who made it or anything.... any ideas ? will post pics asap
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you will like the pwk lots better. if yours is simply flooding over, cleaning and SETTING THE FlOAT will probably fix that as well as a host of plug fouling. Next is the enrichening circuit: if the bike still is running overly rich, screw the enrichening plunger down tight all the way, as opposed to having any idle at all. it usually stops them from fouling in the throttle off position.
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Old 02-24-2013, 10:04 AM
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andy, just racking your worldly knowledge... my pj had the following jetting 270 main with 60 pilot the new pwk has a 190 main 42 pilot with a r1370d ka needle... I was worried that the pj main was way out and that's why it was flooding but it turns out I had assembled power valve linkage wrong and had locked it up when pulling the cylinder down, lesson learned new linkage arm needed! anyway the piston has a number 1 stamped to it, may I presume this is the 1st size bigger than standard bore ? it doesn't have a mark on it which scares me but new piston and rings,reeds and crank seals should replace compression any ideas on resistance testing the ignition coils? what readings should they be?

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I am not home this weekend and I don't remember if I have the ekectrucal specs for that year or not. The 100 sizes too rich main would have made a bike without other issues run rich from airtime over half throttle it won't affect fuel spilling or low speed running. I will check for electrical specs when I get home.
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cheers mate
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blue and white wire on stator, 40-140

Pulse coil blue/yellow and green.white wires 180-280 ohms

primary coil .4-.6 resistance
secondary coill with cap 16-23 ohms
without cap 10-16 ohms
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pwk made all the difference in the world..just my experience on a 2004 cr 250
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