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  • butcharin

Posted August 06, 2007 - 05:39 PM

#1

So I did a bit of rejetting this weekend. I put a 128 in the main carb and a 125 in the secondary carb. Man did it run good. The bog when craking the throttle has been decreased and the bike continues to pull hard up high. I might try to mess with the needles and the linkage between the carbs to increase the hit. I might change the gearing to get the front wheel up and better tight trail ridding. I just wanted to share with you all. It ran great for the 43 miles we did on Saturday morning. :ride:

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  • cleonard

Posted August 06, 2007 - 05:50 PM

#2

One clip on a needle is a big change. The washer trick that the 650L guys have to use can be of great use when you just need a half a clip position.





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