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  • Taki 106cc carb size?

    Hey whatís everyone running on there taki 106kits? Iím looking at the vm26 but what else is equivelant to those?

  • #2
    Vm20 would be ideal. You could also go a cr22 mini
    Life is too short for cheap carbs...

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    • #3
      Wouldn’t vm20 be too small? I’ve got a vm22 that was dyno jetted for a tb108 motor but the Taki site reckons to use a vm26 for the 106.

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      • #4
        Nope, check all of my dump results on this forum.

        The vm26 will be very hard to tune on a 106.

        The vm20 still has a big main jet. Something like 160-170 and the vm26 has 180 or 190

        I had a Daytona 150 running mint with a pd22 and about a 105main jet
        Life is too short for cheap carbs...

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        • #5
          Ok so should try my vm22 then before buying another carb, it’s got a 17.5 pilot and 105 main

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          • #6
            Yeah definitely give it a go.

            http://www.monkeybikeoz.com.au/showt...972-Dyno-night
            Life is too short for cheap carbs...

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            • #7
              MattyP It Would be good to see a 12v 106cc 4v on the dyno to see what numbers it makes, I had the 6v tb108 in the jz before it got stolen Jamie posted the dyno sheet up made 10.2hp with the vm22 on it & taki exhaust which now looking back at it that wasn't too bad, I swapped over to the Yoshi 24mm & over up pipe gained a little through through the mid but lost a tinny bit hp. It def felt like it had more toque.

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              • #8
                More torque with the bigger or smaller carb?

                Did the bigger carb need a larger main jet to compensate for the extra air?
                Therefore using more fuel but producing the same amount of power?
                Life is too short for cheap carbs...

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                • #9
                  Sorry I was talking about the Yoshi 24 def made an improvement from take off to mid range but lost a tiny amount hp at the top but it did pulled harder, when riding it you could feel the difference but if your chasing numbers the $ the 24 carb was worth pffft your not going to pluck an extra 2hp or so from putting one of them on. I do wonder if the over up pipes are that great performance wise or just sound good I was thinking when I put those 2 on together that they didn't gel together, nearly 1K process to gain not much.

                  http://www.monkeybikeoz.com.au/attac...5&d=1506049036

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                  • #10
                    I ran a vm26 on my 106 4v and with just a basic tune to make sure it was running right. Made 13.28hp but the vm26 does feel to big

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                    • #11
                      I run a PE24 on my DOHC 110cc Daytona .. thing screams along. Too many people go too big on carbies

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