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1/25/2019 2:39 PM

I have a 2001 cr125 and I was in the middle of a carb swap from a stock carb to a Keihin 38mm air Stryker. As I was installing it I ran into a huge problem. It won’t fit on the reeds side. The rubber boot is to small. I’ve been searching and searching for a oversized boot but I have had no luck. Can anyone help me with this problem? Where can I find the right intake boot I need to do the swap???

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1/25/2019 7:03 PM

give us the diameter of both carbs

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1/26/2019 5:42 AM

bowhunter2086_1993 wrote:

I have a 2001 cr125 and I was in the middle of a carb swap from a stock carb to a Keihin 38mm air Stryker. As I was installing it I ran into a huge problem. It won’t fit on the reeds side. The rubber boot is to small. I’ve been searching and searching for a oversized boot but I have had no luck. Can anyone help me with this problem? Where can I find the right intake boot I need to do the swap???

Try boiling the rubber boots in hot water to loosen it up. If not, Boyesen Rad valve comes with a universal boot that will fit.

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1/26/2019 10:19 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/26/2019 10:19 AM

Sounds like it’s time for a rad valve!

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1/27/2019 5:06 AM

Use a heat gun. We put a 02 carb on my buddies 01 and this it what we did and it worked perfectly.

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1/27/2019 5:58 AM

bh wrote:

Use a heat gun. We put a 02 carb on my buddies 01 and this it what we did and it worked perfectly.

+1 We used heath gun with my brothers -02 CR250 when we did Keihin swap and it worked great

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1/28/2019 11:51 AM

I actually used a dremel tool to grind out the inside of the intake boot so the carb would fit. Turned out just fine. I never though about heating it.

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