Saya mau bagi2 tip lagi nih, supaya si Jupie MX semakin bertenaga.

adjust your air/fuel mixture (this is the Pilot air screw, see chapter 3:11 of service manual)
by adjusting it to the optimum settings mentioned below, your t135 will be more powerful and better acceleration.
Give it a try, and you will see the difference🙂

in the Service Manual,
Factory setting: Pilot air screw = 1-5/8 turns out

optimum setting: Pilot air screw = 2-1/4 turns out

settings will be between 2 turns upto 2-1/2 turns depending on your elevation
(meaning if you live in the mountains or in the sea level area)
if in the mountain, high elevation then you can try 2-1/2 turns.
if in the sea level, from 2 upto 2-1/4 turns.

but in my bike 2-1/4 is good.

How to do it: ( to know where is the Pilot Air screw, see chapter 3:11 of the T135 service manual)
– warm up your engine
– after warm up, turn off
– turn the PILOT AIR SCREW clockwise to until its fully close (this is called IN, because the screw is going IN)
– now mark the point where it was fully closed (that will be your mark to know if you 360 degrees or 1 turn)
– now adjust it to 2 and 1/4 turns counter clockwise (this is called out because you are making the screw going OUT)

Thats it!

its time for you to ride your bike in a highway and try it.
by the way, after i adjust my bike to optimum settings

TO REALLY KNOW IF YOU HAVE THE CORRECT AIR/FUEL MIXTURE:

see the pictures attached or check this site
your spark plug color must be rusty brown.
see Spark Plug Color Chart

My bike has lesser vibration( i mean almost no vibration especially at high speeds)
and now sounds like a Yamaha R1🙂

NOTE:
-you can also adjust the idle of your bike by turning the IDLE screw (throttle stop screw)
-1 turn means 360 degrees
– To know where is the Pilot Air screw, see chapter 3:11 of the T135 service manual.

WARNING:
– Although this setting works in my bike, DONT BLAME ME FOR WHATEVER HAPPENS TO YOUR BIKE.
-This is just a tip and guide (which works to me) it is up to you if you follow.
– it is your bike and as a bike owner we should learn how to do basic tuning of our bike.

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