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Changed my RL250 which was using 40:1 mix to an RL325 which has had rebore, new piston and rings.

Should I use same mix running engine in?

 

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Have you changed the pilot jet in the carb ?

250 is 27.5 and the 325 is 20

main jet is the same.

I'd say yes just give it a little time to bed in, so don't rev it out

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Thanks for that and yes changed jet.

 

Have you changed the pilot jet in the carb ?

250 is 27.5 and the 325 is 20

main jet is the same.

I'd say yes just give it a little time to bed in, so don't rev it out

 

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My 250 with a 2mm overbore is on 125 main and 37.5 pilot on a VM26 and its perfect from walking pace. 27.5 was very baaaaaa on the VM26

 

A quote from Jim at BOC for the VM26  . Mines on 37.5, maybe due to overbore size

 

Needle 5CN6 (from your old carb - unobtainable now)
Needle tube O-4
Main Jet #125
Pilot Jet #35
Slide cutaway 2.0 or 2.5

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My 250 with a 2mm overbore is on 125 main and 37.5 pilot on a VM26 and its perfect from walking pace. 27.5 was very baaaaaa on the VM26

 

A quote from Jim at BOC for the VM26  . Mines on 37.5, maybe due to overbore size

 

Needle 5CN6 (from your old carb - unobtainable now)

Needle tube O-4

Main Jet #125

Pilot Jet #35

Slide cutaway 2.0 or 2.5

That's if you running a 26mm, the stock carb is 28mm though

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