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  1. #11 Re: Sinnis Blade 2014 - Help please 
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    Quote Originally Posted by SanoShaker View Post
    Okay, if EN 125 parts will fit, then its ok.
    I wanted to go big bore route, but that thing needs carb, and propably camshaft to help head flow at high rpm. And these things would cost me fortune, my engine eats oil. So i need to fix that mostly, my friend will come, he will strip down the top end and we will see if the cylinder is scratched, if it is, I will with the big bore way, because honing and getting new piston kit with gaskets, will be as expensive new BBR kit.
    BTW: EN 125 is flat piston, so i think that our engine is more likely EN125.
    And question about LT250 camshaft..
    Somewhere i read that since GS 125 has bigger valves (30/26 versus EN125 ( 24?/22mm?) that the camshaft will not fit. What can youl tell me about that? I read it on xlite moto, few days ago, but it seems that its down currently.
    Larger carb was about £25 for me, you want to widen the intake boot with a metal file as well. I can do 10k RPM with it whereas I was capped at about 8k before so I guess it works. The camshaft would certainly help, not many people have tried the LT250s camshaft so there isn't much info on it but the 1 or 2 people that have tried it said that it works well. Remember you want the camshaft from the LT250s, not the LT250.
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  2. #12 Re: Sinnis Blade 2014 - Help please 
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    I have about 60£ currently, I trought buying it with carb, but i wasnt sure where i could get jets for the carb, i trought about PZ30.
    Lets see what will strip down tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spencer2004 View Post
    Larger carb was about £25 for me, you want to widen the intake boot with a metal file as well. I can do 10k RPM with it whereas I was capped at about 8k before so I guess it works. The camshaft would certainly help, not many people have tried the LT250s camshaft so there isn't much info on it but the 1 or 2 people that have tried it said that it works well. Remember you want the camshaft from the LT250s, not the LT250.
    The L230 I purchased fits fine, but does not have the end to drive the rev counter cable. So going to not use it until I have run the big bore kit in.
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