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GILLY

Is this jetting necessary?

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I've got a WR426 that I run on the road only as a supermoto. I've been using it with a DR K pipe on it, and a gearing of 15/40. It's throttle response is awesome as is it's overall power delivery.

Are people re-jetting their bikes because some pipes necessitate the need to do so, or are you just firkling with the bikes cause you enjoy it?

Gilly.

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Pull your plug and see if runs lean, does it backfire on decelleration? You can possibly find more power, if your willing to tweak your jetting.

Bill

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