Real vs FAKE !!

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  1. Larry's Shee

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    Great find larry. This should definitely be saved. It sucks alot of people are getting ripped of by these a holes. Putting the original makers name on their piece of ------ nock off is just wrong. They have killed many motors. Very misleading imo
     
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    Obviously Chi-NA doesn’t care about copyright or patent law.
    Years ago the “Hot Ticket “ was the 30mm OKO, Banshee guys especially loved them. It didn’t take long and quality started dropping. Chrome flaking off slides, fuel inlet passages needed drilling out. I haven’t seen them mentioned in five years at least.
     
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    I Remember those. Now that you mention it
    You don't hear about them .just faded away
     
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    I’ve had a Chinese $40 carb on my kdx 250 blaster and it runs fine? the jetting is the same as stock and the only problem I’ve had is you have to hold the choke up or the button thing will go down on it’s own and it’s a little hard to start but I don’t think that’s the carbs fault
     
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    Guess the kdx. Replicas are better.
    The blaster ones internally are setup realy lean.needles. needle jet. Slide ect
     
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    Did you plug chop?to make sure jetting is good? It's not often you can pull a carb out of a box an install on a 2t. Without some fine tuning imo.
     
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