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GYTR Needle Position - 4000 to 8000 ft

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Hi, question about the GYTR needle between 4000 to 8000ft. The instructions say put this on the 4th clip down. I understand that this kit is very rich for jets. I'm wondering for this elevation I should put it on the 3rd clip position if this needle is meant to be rich.

I'm using a 160, 45 pilot, and a 50 leak. I'm pretty happy with these settings, but I kept the stock needle in. I wonder now if I should remove the stock and put in the GYTR. Just wondering about needle position.

Thanks.

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This is a great question. I have a buddy with a 2011 and the gytr kit. But it came with a 175 main. That seems too rich fir me even with the gytr needle. We are in idaho and ride about the same elevation.

I hope someone can chime in and help us both.

Huero

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Another question is, If the stock jetting is lean for lower elevations. Those of us at higher elevations would not get as much benefit from the GYRT needle? I guess am trying to figure out the advantage of this needle compared to stock.

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