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[[Image:Drill_sizes_per_jet.jpg|right]]
 
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Since it seems a lot easier to drill a jet out than to pay $6.95 and wait for it to be shipped if you don't have a local store, I am posting this chart that relates bit sizes to jets for both the [[Dellorto]] and the [[Bing]].
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Since it seems a lot easier to drill a jet out than to pay $6.95 and wait for it to be shipped if you don't have a local store, I am posting this chart that relates bit sizes to jets for both the [[Dellorto]] and the [[Bing]]. Also, from scooterforum.net, it's reported that Dell'orto jets go up 5 for every 1 gauge down (approximately), i.e. jet 50 - gauge 75, jet 55 - gauge 74, jet 60 - gauge 73, etc.
    
[http://www.cbperformance.com/catalog.asp?ProductID=525 Here is a link to jet reamers made just for this.]
 
[http://www.cbperformance.com/catalog.asp?ProductID=525 Here is a link to jet reamers made just for this.]
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<nowiki>*</nowiki>For gauge and other drill bit sizing info, check [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drill_bit_sizes the wikipedia article].
 
<nowiki>*</nowiki>For gauge and other drill bit sizing info, check [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drill_bit_sizes the wikipedia article].
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Also, from scooterforum.net, it's reported that Dell'orto jets go up 5 for every 1 gauge down (approximately), i.e. jet 50 - gauge 75, jet 55 - gauge 74, jet 60 - gauge 73, etc.
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[[Category: Performance Tuning]]
 
[[Category: Performance Tuning]]
 
[[Category: Modification Tutorials]]
 
[[Category: Modification Tutorials]]
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