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Motion Pro Carb Tool Kit

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MSRP: $16.50 - You save $1.65 (10% off)

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  • Made for the Kehin FCR carburetor, but will work with most other Kehin and Mikuni carburetors.
  • Contains longer bits for reaching into recessed cavities to adjust carburetors.
  • Includes a 6mm socket, 45mm long flat screwdriver, 20mm long flat screwdriver, and a 4mm Hex Allen.
  • Ideal for trail riders. Kit is small enough to fit in any pack.

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Good product

Comments On Jun 28, 2014:It works good for my main jet but the outer plastic piece is garbage and just spins at times making it difficult to use if the carb is still on the bike.

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Perfect

Comments On Apr 30, 2014:Worked exactly as intended and the little bag to hold everything together is great!

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Carb tool kit

Comments On Jun 01, 2012:Works as advertised, compact and functional, would definitely suggest for your tool box.

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Nice product for those small places

Comments On Mar 15, 2011:The tool works well and gives me the opportunity to change jets without removing the carb on my late model YZ450F. Well made, nice pouch and all the heads I could hope for.

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Handy tool to have

Comments On Nov 30, 2010:It's not perfect but it works really well. I use it every time I rejet, which is often... I would buy it again.

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Works great on my WR250F

Comments On Aug 31, 2010:Priceless!!

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Not bad

Comments On Mar 25, 2009:Not a perfect tool but I am able to change pilot and main jet without even loosening the carb boots on my bike. I have also removed entire float bowl without loosening the boots. Easy to carry with you and well worth the price.

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yfz450 rider

Comments On Oct 28, 2007:could not use to adjust fuel screw (YFZ450). still had to remove carb. tool is not small enough.

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Motion Pro Carb Tool Kit

Comments On Oct 22, 2007:I purchased this with the hope that it would allow me to easily change the pilot and main jet on my Keihin FCR carb without having to remove the carburetor. It does the trick for the main jet, but it's not possible to rotate the carb enough to gain visual access to the pilot. As a result, I have to spend almost as much time trying to locate it as it takes to loosen the subframe and completely remove the carb. I'm sure there are others with greater dexterity who would be more successful with it, but for me it has been kind of a mixed bag.

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