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Old 01-12-2013, 07:07 AM
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I just have a little question, I have a Honda cr 125 2004 which has a Keihin carb instead of a stock Mikuni and this carb is PJ15MALJ. I was wondering from which bike is this carb from? Can't find it anywhere..

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The keihin PJ series carburetors were used on cr125's, 250's and 500's from 1985-99 cr125's using the PJ 15 MA however i believe the PJ series has been discontinued..... as far as what the PJ16MALJ came off of, i couldnt tell you
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Thanks for the help, by the way I cleaned the carb a bit and saw that it was actually PJ15MALJ
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someone probably had one laying around and threw it on there.
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I was just wondering why it isn't a mikuni.. (like it should be)
I wonder did it decrease my CR's performance?
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depends on who you talk to!!!! some will say yes, others no.... Some people swap the Pjs out for pwks, i however have had no problems with the PJ on my cr250
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Ok I've nothing to add concerning the initial question of the thread but was wondering what make a pwk? Or is it a brand in its own? I know of two major brands of carbs, mikuni and keihin but wonder if the PWK is a brand of its own?
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the PWK is a Keihin model.... there is also a keihin PWK air striker, and i believe the only difference between the PWK and PWK air striker is the AS has an extra vent tube
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Ok I thought as much, glad I know now I don't think there are any other carb manufactors that serve the Japanese bikes??
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There may be some others out there....im not sure what carbs they put on the "cheng fung choo" knock off quads and dirtbikes!!!!
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