The Baja Designs jet kit for my XR650L didnt have



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  • WR250Fnewbe

Posted September 04, 2003 - 05:04 PM

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The Baja Designs jet kit for my XR650L didnt have a slow speed jet! Everybody in this forum is saying to use a #55 slow jet, should I go ahead and use a #55 jet or not worry about it? Maybe the new needle will compensate for the lack of a bigger slow jet? Any info would be great,Thanks

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  • uw153

Posted September 05, 2003 - 06:02 AM

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I think Baja designs uses the Dynojet needle but I might be mistaken. Even so, I have the Dynojet kit in mine and have had to go to the larger slow jet #55. I also have the #52 but haven't tried yet. Either way the 55 is much better than the stock 50 in throttle response. From what I have read, the best setup is the stock needle shimmed .035", 55 slow jet, and 160 main with stock exhaust. Snorkel removed also. Just my $.02





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