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1972 DT2 MX CARB JETTING

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Replied by JIMMYT70 on topic 1972 DT2 MX CARB JETTING

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Replied by Iain 154 on topic 1972 DT2 MX CARB JETTING

From the DT2MX and RT2MX owners Manual 
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Replied by RT325 on topic 1972 DT2 MX CARB JETTING

Interesting they say remove the plug & insert a dial gauge, but with an angled plug hole that idea won't work. Has to be dead inline with the piston. Which might be why in the 360 pic they have the head off. The 360 piston looks like its out the top of the cylinder by a few mm too in the pic--so i don't know!!.
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Replied by Iain 154 on topic 1972 DT2 MX CARB JETTING

I dont know of any of the early heads that had a top ctr plug except the GYT head . I always had the head off with the dial guage and bracket stand . only very rarely used a probe to find TDC ( approx ) at race meetings . I think like with most of the early manuals there were lots of mistakes .
 
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