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Discussion in 'Suzuki 250cc In-line 4's' started by gsxrkid, Jun 10, 2015.

  1. gsxrkid

    gsxrkid Member

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    pilot screws are stuck on the left side carb. suggestions to take em out anyone / i dont wanna damage the carb body.
    Thanks in advance
     
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    Phil Senior Member Premium Member Contributing Member

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    You have to careful as the pilot are brass and can easily get damaged. Would try WD40 and allow to soak as long as possible, then try to turn it. Wish you luck.
     
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    Murdo The Good Doctor Staff Member Premium Member Ride and Events Crew Contributing Member

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    Gentle heating of carb body with a hot air gun may help. Be sure to use a tight fitting screwdriver.
     
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    I had this issue...ended up drilling into them and using a bolt/screw extractor from Masters/Bunnings to get the damn things out.

    Then had to get the remnants and metal shavings out and buy new jets from http://www.mikunioz.com/ at least they are cheap from them.
     
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    thanks a lot guys . I tried everything . heating , wd 40 and they turned out but not completely so I had it drilled . luckily the pilot screws from mikuni bs30 (from gsx250) are the same. and luckily my previous bike was a gsx250 and I had a spare pair of pilot screws =D

    thanks again mates
     
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    Lubricate the screws when you fit them. Galling is always a problem with dissimilar metals.
     
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    thank you very much for the advice sir. didn't know that It happens.
     

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