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Since it seems a lot easier to drill a jet out than to pay $6.95 and wait for it to be shipped if you don't have a local store, I am posting this chart that relates bit sizes to jets for both the [[Dellorto]] and the [[Bing]].
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Since it seems a lot easier to drill a jet out than to pay $6.95 and wait for it to be shipped if you don't have a local store, I am posting this chart that relates bit sizes to jets for both the [[Dellorto]] and the [[Bing]].  
  
[http://www.cbperformance.com/catalog.asp?ProductID=525 Here is a link to jet reamers made just for this.]
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Also, from scooterforum.net, it's reported that Dell'orto jets go up 5 for every 1 gauge down (approximately), and a 50 jet is 75 gauge, so jet 55 - gauge 74, jet 60 - gauge 73, etc. This is unverified, but it's not too far off from the information in the chart below. *UPDATE* I bought the 80-61 drill set and verified some of the values: I had a 56, 66, and 70 which I measured and put into the chart. The scooterforum info is approximately correct.
 
 
[http://www.cbperformance.com/catalog.asp?ProductID=524 Here is a link to jet gauges so you can tell what size you got.]
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:42, 4 October 2010

Drill sizes per jet.jpg

Since it seems a lot easier to drill a jet out than to pay $6.95 and wait for it to be shipped if you don't have a local store, I am posting this chart that relates bit sizes to jets for both the Dellorto and the Bing.

Also, from scooterforum.net, it's reported that Dell'orto jets go up 5 for every 1 gauge down (approximately), and a 50 jet is 75 gauge, so jet 55 - gauge 74, jet 60 - gauge 73, etc. This is unverified, but it's not too far off from the information in the chart below. *UPDATE* I bought the 80-61 drill set and verified some of the values: I had a 56, 66, and 70 which I measured and put into the chart. The scooterforum info is approximately correct.

Original chart (right)
Copied wikified chart (below)

Bing jet sizes Dellorto jet sizes Millimeters Gauge* Inches (fraction) Inches (decimal)
. . . 80 . .0135
. . 0.35 . . .0138
. . . 79 . .0145
. . .038 . . .0150
. . . . 1/64 .0156
. . 0.40 . . .0157
. . . 78 . .0160
. . 0.42 . . .0165
. . 0.45 . . .0177
. 43 . 77 . .0180
. . 0.48 . . .0189
. . 0.50 . . .0197
. . . 76 . .0200
52 (.0207") 48 . 75 . .0210
. . 0.55 . . .0217
54 56 . 74 . .0225
56 . 0.60 . . .0236
. . . 73 . .0240
76 63 . 72 . .0250
. . .065 . . .0256
. 66 . 71 . .0260
. . 0.70 . . .0276
. 70 . 70 . .0280
. . . 69 . .0292
. . 0.75 . . .0295
. . . 68 . .0310
. . . . 1/32 .0313
. . 0.80 . . .0315
. . . 67 . .0320
. . . 66 . .0330
. . 0.85 . . .0335
. . . 65 . .0350
. . 0.90 . . .0354
. . . 64 . .0360
. . . 63 . .0370
. . 0.95 . . .0374
. . . 62 . .0380
. . . 61 . .0390
. . 1.00 . . .0394
. . . 60 . .0400
Note: This chart is not guaranteed to be an accurate reproduction of the original. Feel free to add more jet sizes and measurements to the table (or if you don't want to figure the table out, add them to the talk page and they will be added for you).

*For gauge and other drill bit sizing info, check the wikipedia article.