Pilot Jet Carb Tool BSA 626 928 930 932 A65 A50 B25 B40 B44
With the "new gas" that has come out we are seeing carbs gum up more frequently on all concentric carbs except for true 1968 carbs. The pilot jet is pressed into the body of the carb under the air mixture screw. The hole in it is .016 and requires attention when a carb is clogged. It is usually the first hole to gum up, the cross holes of the needle jet are usually next and that requires dropping the float bowl. Sos when you have been kicking your bike for quite awhile, you have spark and compression and the timing is correct but you aren't getting fuel this could be the reason. Your bike will not run when your jets are clogged. This tool is also very delicate-do not put it in a drill. Very gently guide the tool in and twist it with your fingertips then reset your air mixture to factory settings. Start your bike and you ca go ahead with making fine adjustments. This tool is recommended for you everyone driving a vintage motorcycle. We have over 10,000 items available for your Triumph, Norton and BSA. We also offer free technical advice so please don't hesitate to ask.