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I'm gearing up to clean out the carbs on my '86 Aspy (California?) and I'm just becoming more and more confused. My bike runs too lean without needle shims and has a terrible flat/surging spot around 3k - but too rich with them. I was going to try replacing the jets but can't figure out the size I need. Now reading this, maybe I should try to refurbish the old jets instead? So confused.
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The California model comes with 102 main jets, the 49 state 105. If I were doing it I would get 105 main jets, from either Honda or Kehien, not aftermarket.

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I would try the 105 jets.



There are a lot of variables here unknown. But I will say this.


As an engine wares it requires more fuel to keep it lit.



I would guess the shims as you state give it too much fuel , therefor I think the 105's

might do the trick.



I am not suggesting that your motor is junk ( to be clear) , but normal ware will require
an engine to need more fuel to try and run as it was when new.

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