James Dean jetting


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  • Eagle426

Posted June 04, 2004 - 08:20 AM

#1

I posted this once a few weeks back, but the TT format changed and I cannot find the original post.

Anyway, I had purchased the JD jet kit, but I am not sure what needle to go with. I live near raleigh, North Carolina and ride elevations from sea level to 2500 feet. It is hot here in the summer, so what needle do I go with. Should I start with the red or blue needle? Also, what clip position would you recommend? I have changed my MAJ and PAJ, do I need to change them back to stock? I also ride in Eastern Ohio and West Virginia, how much will this affect my performance changing temperature levels between here and there?

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  • Sparky_So_Cal

Posted June 04, 2004 - 09:16 AM

#2

Blue needle, 3rd clip, and follow the instructions regarding the pilot and main. You want to put this up in the jetting forum also. I am in so cal and pretty much am at the same altitude as you....Hope this helps





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