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SuperHunkys says it's a Honda "Must Do"

When SuperHunky Rick Sieman says something is a "must do", we believe him. You Honda CRF230 owners might want to take a look - especially if you are experiencing a low-end "lurch."

Step by step instructions how to swap out the carb, as well as pix.

Project Honda CRF230F: Carb Swap - Quite possibly the most important mod you can do - Dirtbike at

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i was looking at the step by step instructions for i also have this same problem, when you say that the fuel mixture screw needs to be taken out 3/4 of a turn, how much out is it already or are you saying 3/4 more out?

i also dont fully understand the spring that you added to the pull cable. if i didnt do this would it still perform better(than stock) or is this something i should definilty do?
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