PitPro 125cc SE 17-14 Wheel change

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TinyFennell

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PitPro 125cc SE 17-14 Wheel Change - Throttle/Carrie Problems.

Hey guys got a PitPro 125 SE 17-14 and want too know if i can change the wheel size bigger if so what sizes. Also having problems with it dying when giving throttle but if chokes on its fine.

Anyhelp is appropriated......
 
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the motor: clean the jets, if the problem still persists then pull the manifold and carby off inspect gaskets and straigtness of the mating surfaces

the bike: why would you want to go any bigger? i have the same bike but in 155 config and i dont think there is any more room for wheels.. do you want a nicer bike over the bumps? then get some gpx forks and or a nice shocker (maybe 200 if you have a dual exhaust or cheaper if you dont) remembering the shock its 360mm
 

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i agree with zwebx,
there will be a blockage in the Pilot jet, either in the gallery down the middle of it, or in the tiny side gallerys

or possibly in the tiny hole that goes through to the carbys' main bore
 

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ah, ok, SE then
does it have the Mikuni copy 22/25mm carby on it now ?

i was going to say try Show and Go for a bigger pilot jet for your carby ?
but that's a big drive, 8 hours return trip, lol
 

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haha yeah its got the mikuni 25mm should I get a keihin 30mm or does it have to be same mm im not that grate with the motor side of things yet I can do work on my ke70 corolla that has a 4age bigport go figure. oh and yeah 8 hrs is too much just for that hahaha ebay goes hard just gotta find right stores
 

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you want somthing like 15w-50 motorcycle oil, no you cant use your car oils (because most/all of them are friction modified and the clutch does not like that)
 

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