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Pages in category "Intake"
The following 50 pages are in this category, out of 50 total.
Aftermarket air filters and pods
Battery box mod for easier carb removal
Can I improve carb performance without buying a whole jet kit?
Cleaning the carbs 1
Cleaning the carbs 2
Draining the carbs
Dynojet - Mikuni - Keihin jet sizes conversion
EX250 parts diagrams
Fuel Hose - replace
Hose routing for California emissions/3 line fuel tanks
How a carburetor works: Carbs explained
How do I adjust the floats?
How do I adjust the idle mixture?
How do I avoid working on the carbs?
How do I clean the air filter(s)?
How do I clean the carbs?
How do I drain the fuel tank?
How do I get the diaphragms back in correctly?
How do I install a fuel filter?
How do I install a jet kit?
How do I make use of the extra space under the seat?
How do I remove the carbs to work on them?
How do I synchronize the carburetors?
How do I work on the carbs?
How does weather affect jetting?
How far can I go after putting the fuel petcock on "reserve"
How to drain the float bowls
How to drain the float bowls 2
How to fine-tune your jetting
I Need Recommendations For Tools/Parts
I want to improve my carburetor jetting
I've got the filters in, now what do I do with the battery?
Jetting adjustments for altitude & temperature
Ratings Of Tools By Brand
Rejetting after installing pod filters
Removing idle mixture screw plugs
Removing the airbox
Washers for carb needles
What carb components do I need to check?
What do I do with the crankcase vent hose?
What is carburetor ice?
What is the engine idle speed? How do I adjust it?
What kind of battery charger can I use?
What kind of fuel should I use?
What should a good set of tools include?
Where can I buy parts/tools online?
Which aftermarket air filters fit the Ninja 250?
Why would I want to change my jetting?
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