LML STELLA Premix Jetting
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lml 2t 150, Peugeot Django 125, Vespa TE4 50cc and a Xinling rat scooter 70cc
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Mon Nov 04, 2019 1:55 pm quote
I am converting my 150 2t to premix, hopefully a simple question.
I know its 2% for premix.
Do I just increase the main jet by 2% bigger or do I have to change the mixer tube and air corrector?
It is a standard set up with cat and everything as per haynes manual to USA spec which I am not taking off as ok with it as is hopefully.
Many thanks
Graham
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Mon Nov 04, 2019 5:33 pm quote
Autolube has been around on Vespas since 1971. I'm not sure when it was sold on Indian scooters. It is very reliable and effective. Why get rid of it?
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lml 2t 150, Peugeot Django 125, Vespa TE4 50cc and a Xinling rat scooter 70cc
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Location: Wales
Tue Nov 05, 2019 1:07 am quote
apex wrote:
Autolube has been around on Vespas since 1971. I'm not sure when it was sold on Indian scooters. It is very reliable and effective. Why get rid of it?
I had problems with it so it can go saves me more time to ride instead of messing about with it.
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Tue Nov 05, 2019 1:45 am quote
typically you only need to raise the mainjet number by 2

so if you were on a 98 then go to a 100 etc
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Tue Nov 05, 2019 2:45 am quote
Gravelrash2004 wrote:
typically you only need to raise the mainjet number by 2

so if you were on a 98 then go to a 100 etc
Thankyou Gravelrash2004 much appreciated
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