Mikuni HSR Carburetor Easy Tool Kit

Mikuni carburetors are some of the most popular. All the important tools to perform basic jetting and maintenance on the popular Mikuni HSR Performance Series Carburetors for the American V-Twin market are available in an easy to use and carry tool kit.

Included in the Mikuni HSR Easy Tool Kit is a 17mm x 11/16′ Wrench to loosen / tighten the choke nut and drain plug, a Main Jet T-Wrench Handle combination Jet Removal Tool with a slip-in Phillips / Flat Head Combination Screwdriver blade, and a slip-in Hex Wrench for easy needle adjustment. Visit Mikuni for more information and contact your local dealer to order.

6 Responses to “Mikuni HSR Carburetor Easy Tool Kit”

  1. 1 zyon Apr 10th, 2011 at 10:31 am

    I want to rip my Mikuni off my bike every time I ride it. No matter what I do, I can’t stop the burping. I know it just isn’t me. “just deal with it” is crap when I can slap an S&S on and never have a burping problem again. Actually, just need to get the time to change over…better do it so, damn S&S carbs have been going up in price lately.

  2. 2 BIG DOUG Apr 11th, 2011 at 2:02 am

    Sorry but all the data we have at the shop from countless dyno runs PROVES the mikuni outperforms the s+s everytime,I have mikunis on all my bikes and you might have somebody tuning it who has no idea about tuning mikunis

  3. 3 Wiz Apr 11th, 2011 at 2:42 am

    Maybe when properly dialed in it the Mikuni might run faster, but a jap Ninja is faster than an American bike also, iffin’ that’s where yer head is. Personally I already got enough oriental parts on my Good ‘OL USA motorsickle the way it is [can’t get away from ’em, Tiwanese, aftermarket parts, Screamin’ Eagle stuff, etc.]. So whenever possible I’ll go with the American companies like S&S. Just ordered another one fer my latest project bike “Curious George” last week. I put S&S air cleaners and K&N filters on everything, Linkerts, CVs, SUs, you name it! When I see a scoot runnin’ down the street I look at the air cleaner as a gauge to determine if the rider knows his poop. If it’s got an S&S, he’s alright in my book, if he has a like a Kuriakin Hyper-Charger, a big ‘ol spike job, or, God forbid, an OPEN velocity stack on it I’d just as soon spit on ’em as to look at ’em. Just fer looks only fluff, no real function, but they THINK it does! YEEZE!! Wiz

  4. 4 fluke Apr 11th, 2011 at 7:09 am

    I swapped out a super G for a 45 HSR on my evo 107 and the performance was markedly better with the Mikuni.

    If I didn’t have to run fuel injection on all new builds i would stick with Mikunis. I love S&S products in general and i know the super G’s and E’s have sold massive quantities over the years but I just think it is now a little dated.

  5. 5 Jim Apr 11th, 2011 at 9:48 am

    Zyon….you need to find a new tuner. The Mikuni is a much better carb for the street. It is also much more forgiving of changes in altitude. Also, the air fuel mixture screw on the Mikuni is backwards for most other carbs……

  6. 6 A 1 CYCLES Apr 11th, 2011 at 10:08 am

    mikuni out performs all but fuel injection..period

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