|Gasket, needle valve, mixture screw, main jet (75), pilot jet (36), jet needle (with retainers)|
I used three main resource:the service manual, the Haynes manual and a video on YouTube by Ginger Geordie Biker (this guy is worth subscribing to - he has some very cool videos).
|Official Service Manual / Haynes Manual|
|Ready for rebuilding|
|My lovely JIS drivers|
|Just call me Benny. Here are my jets.|
I also gave the carb a real good cleaning with some carb cleaner I bought off a friend who had not used it all on his last project.
|Carb cleaner (for carburetors, not spaghetti)|
Another thing you must do is make sure the float is set at the right height. The floats are responsible for actuating the needle valve which fills the float bowl. The manual and Haynes manual were not super clear about the setting. It seemed one wanted me to measure without a gasket installed and the other wanted me to measure from the gasket face. I ended up installing the gasket and then doing the measurement because without the gasket I would have had to do a ton of adjusting. With the gasket installed, I did have to adjust it a few millimeters.
|Clean and shiny. Ready for reinstallation!|