Anyone running a W/B Carbon pro on 03-05?


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  • dunecj2a

Posted January 03, 2006 - 11:37 AM

#1

Any you guys running a Carbon Pro system in the South West on a 450? I'm still havin a hell of a time gettin it jetted right. I was wonderin what a good baseline starting point would be. Last ride I was at :

Sea level - 70 degrees
Pilot : 45
Main jet : 165
Needle : 5th clip from top
Fuel Screw : 2 out

It felt like it was runnin pretty fat even after fuel screw adjustments. Anyways I rejetted it leaner last night and I'm at :

Pilot : 42
Main : 160
Needle : 4th clip
F/S : 2 out

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  • Ga426owner

Posted January 03, 2006 - 01:07 PM

#2

On my 03 I start at 168 and go up to 175 on the main....I would be fuel starved at anything less than 168...Pilot is stock, 3rd clip from the top - I am at 1000 ft above SL

  • dunecj2a

Posted January 03, 2006 - 03:01 PM

#3

On my 03 I start at 168 and go up to 175 on the main....I would be fuel starved at anything less than 168...Pilot is stock, 3rd clip from the top - I am at 1000 ft above SL


Man I went way lean. Can a 4 stroke be damaged if its ran lean? I havent tried it yet, I will take her out Sat. I'm guessin that if its too lean it will run like crap anyway.





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