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JD jet kit, worth it for an 06 YZ450?

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I've got an 06 YZ450 with the following mods:

Dr. D pipe

GYTR FWW (offroad)

R&D Powerbowl

Scott's fuel screw

jetting is 165 main/45 pilot, never touched the needle. Elev is around 600-1000ft

I tore the rear end down for it's annual regreasing and was thinking about installing a JD kit while I had it apart. I have issues stalling on low speed trails and was wondering if the JD kit would help. The bike runs great, the plug looks good (checked the valves while I have it apart). Is the JD kit worth the $80?

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I've got an 06 YZ450 with the following mods:

Dr. D pipe

GYTR FWW (offroad)

R&D Powerbowl

Scott's fuel screw

jetting is 165 main/45 pilot, never touched the needle. Elev is around 600-1000ft

I tore the rear end down for it's annual regreasing and was thinking about installing a JD kit while I had it apart. I have issues stalling on low speed trails and was wondering if the JD kit would help. The bike runs great, the plug looks good (checked the valves while I have it apart). Is the JD kit worth the $80?

why not email him..... ask him about your stalling issue? IMHO, his advice is worth more then the price of the kit.

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