bing jet sizes?

Looking for a list of bing jet sizes. The list on this site only has good info on Dellorto jets.

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What list for Dellorto jets? I'd tell you that the Bing jets I've seen start out in the 40's and go up till the 100's by 2's (46, 48, 50 ... 96, 98, 100, etc) but somehow I don't think that's what you're looking for.

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there are only main jets for bings on mopeds. in case you were wondering about idle or starter jets.

thusly only one jet type. there is an atomizer thing and the needle but they were never sold in sizes.

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the atomizer, needle and even slide come in many different sizes and types for the bings.

the atomizers are numbered in mm for the opening that the needle goes through i.e. 2.12a, 2.15, 2.17, 2.20, 2.22, and 2.26 the 2.12a has a recessed hole, since it wouldn't accomodate a needle at full top at that size.

the needles are marked by rings and clip positions.

the slides are too many for me to remember. some of them have holes drilled from the front down to the needle, some have bigger or smaller air channels on the bottom of the slide, some have no channel at all.

but back on topic:

what are you looking for? a cross reference between drill sizes and jet sizes?

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I'm drilling my own jets and need to know what number drill to use for a corresponding size jet.

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There is one on the wiki that lists bing and dell sizes but it is not very complete. It will get you in the ballpark. If you cant find it do a search. Linda has posted it a bunch.

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It's the "Drilling jets" article, and it should be under the performance tuning category linked on the front page (and if not there, under one of the tutorials pages). I don't know how accurate that chart is though, and they're right that it doesn't have a lot of information on it. I seem to remember hearing that the Dellorto jets are measured in something non-arbitrary (like a unit of measurement ... go figure) but I've never heard anyone give an answer for how the Bing jets are measured (or at least nothing that any of us could measure).

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