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med56

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Gentlemen,

Through all of the frustration I have endured over the last two months I can shout out loud and exclaim "IT'S ALIVE" I finally got my 00-426 to start with ease. I took the advise of several "thumpertalkers" and did a little jetting. I installed a 165 main and a 48 pilot and adjusted the pilot screw to 2 and 1/4 turns out. She lights up now first or second kick! I couldn't be happier. Keep in mind this is a bike I used to kick for a 1/2 hour straight and not start.

Thanks to all who offered advise, med56

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Glad to hear all is well, That is the same jetting spec's I'm running and couldn't be happier myself.

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Have you guys tried these specs in warm weather also, I had slight detonation when below 50 degrees on my 00 426, with a 45 slow, 162 main, and 2.5 turns. Basically I was wondering if you had any plug fouling in hot weather.

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