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TOPIC: DT360 Jet Setter Question

DT360 Jet Setter Question 09 Jan 2019 13:35 #1

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Have a DT360A with a buggered jet setter, but I'm not ready to give up on the carburetor. The book lists 137-14145-00-00 as the correct jet setter. I cant find one. I see 276-14145-00-00 as available on ebay for the DT250 and DT400, some there say also for the DT360 -but I dunno. Might they interchange? Does anyone have the 137# to spare? Or should I go with the 276? Thoughts? Thanks

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DT360 Jet Setter Question 09 Jan 2019 13:52 #2

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Other than the Yamaha parts book, I do not see a 137-14145 in the usual places.

I see a couple of references for the 276-14145 ... and there are several on eBay.

Therefore I would say you should be OK using the 276.
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DT360 Jet Setter Question 10 Jan 2019 00:45 #3

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Further to DEET's reply, the part number on the CMSNL website is 276-14145, as it is in my European parts book.

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DT360 Jet Setter Question 10 Jan 2019 06:52 #4

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That's interesting because the European books have a different part number for the nozzle too! 4451414138 versus 280-14141-30-00, so I wonder if they need to be matched in pairs, each with it's corresponding jet setter, or if they are indeed exactly the same.

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DT360 Jet Setter Question 10 Jan 2019 07:30 #5

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I wouldn't worry a wink about "matching in pairs". It's a Mikuni and the "main nozzle" is a jet that comes with different inside diameters where the slide needle drops in for tuning purposes and/or different dimensions if the carb body is different. Mikuni threads in the bottom of the nozzle are the same... same threads as a Mikuni hex main jet that is used in "spigot" carbs that don't use a "jet setter".

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