Originally Posted by MARTINSR
I just did a little google and found one, sure they would have such a beast, how else would you measure jet size?
And here is that Jet cleaning tool! LOL
OMG at least that is what this eBay seller is calling it! LOLOLOLOLOL
eBay add (click here)
Most jets are marked for flow.
Size doesn't necessarily equate to flow. Holley might sell you a 72 jet that measures 71 or 73- because its actual
flow is closest to a 72.
Unmarked jets can sometimes be measured using a small numbered drill bit set using the butt end, not the fluted end, obviously.
The guy selling the torch tip cleaner as a jet cleaner is doing no one
a favor- using that rough tool inside a jet orifice would ruin the flow through the jet.