Re: vespa carb jetting

Chris S /
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The Ciao originally came with a #43 jet. Very late models of the Ciao came with a #49. The Grande carb came stock with a 49, as it had a slightly larger carb, freer flowing airbox, and larger induction chamber in the otherwise identical engine. I also have a #50 in a spare dell'Orto carb, so they go at least that large. FYI, I've tried swapping jets and it requires some fooling around with the airbox also. Just replacing the jet with a larger one doesn't seem to work, as the mix ends up too rich.

Chris

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  vespa carb jettingTopic by: XBrandon EdgeX XBrandon EdgeX 10/05/01 11:48PM
  Re: vespa carb jettingRe: John John 10/06/01 12:00AM
  Re: vespa carb jettingRe: XBrandon EdgeX XBrandon EdgeX 10/06/01 12:04AM
  Re: vespa carb jettingRe: Jim C. Jim C. 10/07/01 12:24AM
  Re: vespa carb jettingRe: Chris S Chris S 10/07/01 01:43AM
  Re: vespa carb jettingRe: XBrandon EdgeX XBrandon EdgeX 10/07/01 02:29PM
  Re: vespa carb jettingRe: Vespalad Vespalad 10/07/01 11:59PM
  Re: vespa carb jettingRe: XBrandon EdgeX XBrandon EdgeX 10/08/01 12:34AM
  Re: vespa carb jettingRe: Fred Fred 10/08/01 01:03AM
  Re: vespa carb jettingRe: Chris S Chris S 10/08/01 09:40PM
  Re: vespa carb jettingRe: Vespalad Vespalad 10/08/01 10:08PM
  Re: vespa carb jettingRe: Chris S Chris S 10/09/01 11:24PM
  Re: vespa carb jettingRe: XBrandon EdgeX XBrandon EdgeX 10/08/01 10:48PM
  Re: vespa carb jettingRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 10/09/01 01:11PM
  Re: Air BoxesRe: Jim C. Jim C. 10/09/01 12:33AM

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