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Do the slow jets on an 1100 have a center hole opening all the way thru....also I have 145 main jets an 64a needles is this a good or bad combo ?
 

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Yes, and I have no idea
 

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TC, you should be able to see through the idle jet if it is clean.
 

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I read thru sum old forums I think on goldwing docs that if u heat them with a propane torch or on the stove eye it will cook the stuff out of it and just drop them in cold water an it breaks free due to the rapid temperature change .. I tried it an by golly it worked ... Now if Someone else can answer the other question I would have this thing whipped
 

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The needles are matched to the emulation tubes not the jets so the numbering difference is meaningless.
 

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The maun jet is on the bottom of the emulsion tube and yes 145 is normal. The emulsion tube screws into the carb and holds the needle seat in above it and the needles are matched to that, part of th ereason to keep slides and needles with the same cab they came out of when rebuilding. Don't hav emy book handy but I belive 64A are the standard needle.
 
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