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post #21 of 300 (permalink) Old 03-11-2007, 06:02 AM
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Re: Jetting that works, collecting info

Hi I was wondering if anyone has any info on std raptor 660 05 model .
The only alteration I have made is to remove silencer from stock muffler.
The problem I am having is a flat spot on accelleration at about 3-4000 rpm,
and generally poor throttle response, this is noticable at free reving.
Strangley enough if i apply a piece of 2 inch ductape vertically across snorkel intake , slightly restricting air flow and increasing air box pressure this problem disappears.
Standard mains are 140 l& 145 r I ride at sea level to 1000 ft above if riding tabelands. The float levels are 3mm above carby bowl breake line,mmm I have tried different needle clip positions & air/fuel mixture settings , cleaned carbys and checked l/h carb diafram all to no avail : is this thing running too lean?
Any help would be appreciated thanks.
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Re: Jetting that works, collecting info

to find out if it is running lean, perfect or too rich, do a plug test.

Mods::::: L&A one way, Rickey stator, YFZ Shocks, GYTR cluth, Renthal bars, HMF Pipe, FMF powerbomb header, ITP Holeshot HD Tires, Dyno Jet, pro design air filter, 2.5 rear wheel spacers
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yeah the tube that connects to the lid. thought this was interesting... a mikuni to DJ size chart. http://faq.f650.com/FAQS/JetKitFAQ.htm
Pretty sure that one's wrong, like every other chart I've seen. Unless I'm simply not able to understand how they're comparing the sizes.








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Re: Jetting that works, collecting info

Williamsport pa
elevation: 2,000
Main Jets: 160/165
GYTR neddles: 3rd clip
fuel screw: 2.5 turns
pilots: #25
Pro-flow kit K&N/ no air box lid
FMF PowerBomb & FMF PowerCore 4

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Location: Los Angeles, CA.
Elevation: approx. 500 ft. above sea level
Jet type: Dynojet
Intake mods: proflow kit w/o airbox
Exhaust: Big Gun slip-on
Pilots: 22.5
Fuel Screws: 2.75L / 3.0R
Needles: 3rd clip from the top
Mains: 146 L/ 148 R
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Location: Glamis 100-300 ft above SL. So Cal high deserts, <3000 ft above SL.

Jet Type: Mikuni, DynoJet needles
Intake Mods: Pro-flow kit foam w/o airbox lid
Exhaust Mods: Pro Circuit slip-on, stock header
Porting/Motor Mods: none
Other: Freeze left intake mod, Freeze float mod and adjustment

Mains: 160L/165R
Pilots: 25
Fuel Screws: 2.5/3.0 L/R
Needles: 3rd (middle) clip

Runs awesome at 3000ft, haven't had a chance to run Glamis yet. Slight pop on decel as RPMs get low.
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Fort St John Canada

2200 ft ASL

Jet Type - Mikuni Stockers
Intake Mods - Pro Flow w/o Lid
Exaust Mods - Dual Exaust Twin Titanium 4s
Motor Mods - Bored to 686, High Compression Piston, WebCam Grind #696/697, Tit valves, Cdi + 1000, 14 tooth sprocket, stock on back ( think 42 )

91 Octane Fuel

Mains - 160/165
Pilots - 25
Fuel Screws - 2.5 on both
Needles at 2nd
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Guys,

No lid, k&n with outerwears lid, CDI from Dynatek, full yoshi exhaust,
I live in Red Deer, AB at about 2700 ft or 900m asl

165/170 mains
27.5 pilots
2.8 turns..could probably just say 3 turns on the screws
lifted needle one notch to ssecond from the top

The old raptor absolutely rocks from 1st to 5th and from 0 to 9000rpm

it pulls incredible...my buddy just bought a raptor 700..stock...and i absolutley killed him....
cant wait to see him with a pipe and intake...and do it again

Later
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2002 660 raptor, full yoshi exhaust, dg nerf bars, dg bumper, cdi box (dynatek), 165/170 mains,25 pilots, k&amp;n air filter, no air lid, owterwearslid cover, +2 on all four coners, one piece pro design shifter, 450yfz front shocks, shock covers, blingracing foot pegs, magic power box, inline cooler.
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Re: Jetting that works, collecting info

Location: Clearwater Florida
Elevation: 60' above sea level
Jet Type: Mikuni, DJ needles, DJ Springs
Intake Mods: Prodesign Foam kit w/ billet adapter w/o airbox lid
Exhaust Mods: Yoshimura RS3 Comp Full System
Porting/Motor Mods: n/a
Other: Crankcase Breather #UP123

Jetting:
Pilots: 27.5
Fuel Screws: 2 3/4 turns out
Needles: 3rd clip from top
Mains: 160/165 L/R

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Re: Jetting that works, collecting info

Ive searched and cant find what i need.
I need a good place to start on Jet size, pilot size, and air screw settings for :

Stock 660, K/n filter, no snorkel, scorpion slip on, Stock needles at 3rd clip...at about 850-900ft ASL

I would guess i could bump the mains to about 155(R?)/160(L?) (mikuni sizes?), but i have NO clue about my pilot jets
And im also guessing 3 turns on the R, and 2.75 turns on the L air screws
Am i close?
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