3 more clicks, and the top end is back

...mostly. The Edle was still lean (decel popping at all tempetures), so I went 3 more clicks rich. I went from 84mph topspeed to 98 mph top speed, and noticably better over-rev quality. It also has even MORE throttle response at low rpm, which is astounding. I actually have to be careful now....

Now I am satisfied enough for all around riding.

I knew that'd fix her!!

Witch needle do you use in current setup?

Mvh Christer

What you were saying about less top end and a few posts with the eddy sounded weird.

It is supposed to have a few HP more up top than the stocker.

The way it sounded and ran should have been a clue that it was lean.

If you want to go you got to flow.

Witch needle do you use in current setup?

Mvh Christer

# 19 needle

Krannie- how many clicks out are you now? 14? And you have the basic uncorking and a slip on right?

Krannie- how many clicks out are you now? 14? And you have the basic uncorking and a slip on right?

I can't remember how many clicks: I'm gonna say 18-20 for sure.

I have full uncorking with slip-on, and looking for a new full exhaust.

If you are thinking about an Edle for dual sport or off road, do it. Do it now.

wow, all this from an edelbrock?:banghead:

...mostly. The Edle was still lean (decel popping at all tempetures), so I went 3 more clicks rich. I went from 84mph topspeed to 98 mph top speed, and noticably better over-rev quality. It also has even MORE throttle response at low rpm, which is astounding. I actually have to be careful now....

Now I am satisfied enough for all around riding.

What means "3more clicks"?

...mostly. The Edle was still lean (decel popping at all tempetures), so I went 3 more clicks rich. I went from 84mph topspeed to 98 mph top speed, and noticably better over-rev quality. It also has even MORE throttle response at low rpm, which is astounding. I actually have to be careful now....

Now I am satisfied enough for all around riding.

Way to go! :banghead:

What means "3more clicks"?

The Edelbrock has no jets, per say. It has a tapered needle that covers the majority of the jetting chores, and it can be moved up or down to change the 'jetting', by holding the throttle wide open, and turning the adjuster on top of the carb more or less 'clicks'.

how many clicks are they from edlebrock? Mine is a huge improvement off the bottom and starting. No more Big XR starting ritual. The mid range now has a hit and it will wheelie 2nd gear away from a light and 3rd with some clutch help.

Mitch

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