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Kid Kart jetting suggestions

Postby Robbie Floyd » Thu Oct 28, 2010 11:50 am

Took my son to the track this week and it didn't go so well. The kart had sat for a few months but when I warmed it up everything seemed fine, revving out fine until I killed it. When I started it back up I could not get it to clean out. I had to take it off of full choke to keep it running, but still had to choke it some to get it to rev at all, but never a full wind out rev. If I took it completely off the choke it would die as well. I am about to take the carb apart and clean clean it in case of a clog, but I also noticed while sitting overnight there was a pool of fuel that came from the filter on the front of the carb. Could the floats be sticking/stuck? What are the general jets used here for the Comer 50? Surely I only have to change the main. Thanks ------ Robbie
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Re: Kid Kart jetting suggestions

Postby Tim & Reilly Cann » Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:01 pm

Hey Robbie,

We normally ran a 56 jet in that motor. Def, clean the carb. Sounds like the float was sticking.
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Re: Kid Kart jetting suggestions

Postby Robbie Floyd » Thu Oct 28, 2010 2:14 pm

Thanks Tim, don't know why I didn't call you first. Cleaning tonight. --- Robbie
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Re: Kid Kart jetting suggestions

Postby Mike Jones » Fri Oct 29, 2010 5:59 am

Robbie,

It's probably the "knueter valve" in the carb. We have replacements valves here at the shop. Come on by and pick up a couple, they retail for $799 but they're on sale this week $500 cash. Heck of a deal!
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Re: Kid Kart jetting suggestions

Postby Lori Stine » Fri Oct 29, 2010 8:39 am

Mike - you have probably given every Kid Kart parent reading this tread a complete heart attack!! LOL!

Yeah, put back a couple of those for us, too! Those darned knueter valves.
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Re: Kid Kart jetting suggestions

Postby Robbie Floyd » Tue Nov 02, 2010 9:38 am

Thanks Mike for the 411. Do the Kneuter valves come in a six pack? I feel like I may need a few spares. --- Robbie
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Re: Kid Kart jetting suggestions

Postby Mike Jones » Thu Nov 04, 2010 6:43 pm

well, if you buy (4), you get (2) FREE, Sale ends Friday. Get them while they last. Worth at least .2 sec., promise!
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