BK, Jetting, cracked skulls - here we go again
Posted February 28, 2005 - 10:49 AM
Also, when riding late fall the bike was awesome. Much more power, although same problems. ....So I'm thinking I may be running rich in the summer, and the cooler air is leaning out my mix? Should I turn in the fuel screw or should I be messing with needles again. I have not had good luck with playing with the carb so far. Is it possible to get her to act in the summer like she did befor I put her to bed for the winter, or am I stuck with waiting for the cold air to come back in late fall? I'm looking for help in set-up to get it to run like the winter for the summer months.
My old signature had all my settings, but its gone now!
Posted February 28, 2005 - 11:28 AM
Posted March 16, 2005 - 06:37 AM
I also have the 01 426, free mods, JD kit and stock pipe. I forget my exact jetting at the moment but you need to make sure you have the correct pilot jet first. There was an excellent link on how to correctly adjust your pilot, but it was a while ago. What it involved was using a tachometer at different fuel screw settings to check if you have the right pilot.
Once you are sure you have the correct pilot for your temp and elevation its time to adjust the BK. Not all bikes are the same, where 0.5 seconds is the accepted normal squirt...I had to go to almost 1 sec to eliminate the bog (its not totally gone but 90%). I guess my riding style is different enough that the half second squirt dont work for me.
I can check my jetting setup when i get home and repost. But I think im using a 42 pilot in Michigan at about 700ft elevation.
Posted March 16, 2005 - 07:17 AM