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New pipe jetting advice

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This is my bike:

Year: 2001

Model (400 - 426 - 450): Yamaha WR 426

Cam Timing (WR/YZ): WR timed

Main jet: 168

Pilot Jet: 45

PAJ: 100

Leak Jet: NA

Starter Jet: 65

Fuel screw (turns out): 2 turns out

Needle Model/Clip position: JD Red #4

Grey Wire Mod (Y/N): Yes

TPS Connected (Y/N): Yes (not re-adjusted from factory)

Airbox Snorkel/Lid (on or off): Airbox lid off

AIS Removed (Y/N): NA

Airfilter Brand: Twin Air w/ No-Toil Oil

**Exhaust Brand: Stock, with GYT-R Insert**

Average Altitude: 700ft (Michigan)

Average Temperature: 70-90 F

Average Humidity: 70-90%

Degree of Satisfaction (0-10): 9 (we can always want more can't we?)

Additional Mods/Comments: Additional mods:

Light Blue Wire

O-Ring Mod

ACV disabled (which is why I have a 100 PAJ rather than a 75 stock)

I just picked up a FMF Q for my bike and wondering (if any) jetting changes I might need going from the stock pipe with GYT-R insert to the FMF. I haven't had the opportunity to ride it yet with the FMF to test, and won't be able to for several weeks. I'm actually quite bored at the moment, and not at home to play with the bike. Any suggestions would be appreciated. I'm just not sure how different the FMF is vs the Stock can with GYT-R.


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