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vmcpakmcn

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vmcpakmcn says:

pilot jets specifications bandit 600-97

Can anyone tell me the correct pilot jet spec ie number letters code for a bandit 600 97CVK32 carbs-35 the manuals haynes and suzuki are rather vague when it comes to the actual original type of keihn pilot jet.

Also who can supply this part online,I can get it in glasgow from a suzuki dealer but i would like to try to get it on line but do not know the exact spec details.

One of the pilot jets was damaged when removing it to service the carbs after being laid up for ten years. ie; the screw slot (brass) damaged and i do not want to re-fit it.

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Phil07

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Phil07 says:

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Haynes is' nt vague,it lists them under specs in fuel section.Cant look for you at mo coz garage alarm will wake neighbours up.Dealers will have it on their computers.Breakers another option.

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paulderekjohnson

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std pilot jet

#35

part no:  09492-35020

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