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hey kylegentz,
i would reccomend you do that. up the mains to 150,155. this will give it more fuel and not make it run lean. the 2 pilots is just for idle.

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joequad16 thanks, i'm working on my dads bike today but when i change out my one way i'm going to rejet the bike, ill try that and see what it does.

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when i say go back one jet size i dont mean go back one and stop there. i mean go back one, and see how it runs, if it still sputters then go down another one. and so on. that's what is says in the post if u read it.

"Once you have a rich "stumble", install the next smaller jet one size at a time until full throttle results in normal operation"

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when i say go back one jet size i dont mean go back one and stop there. i mean go back one, and see how it runs, if it still sputters then go down another one. and so on. that's what is says in the post if u read it.

"Once you have a rich "stumble", install the next smaller jet one size at a time until full throttle results in normal operation"
well im now at 155 160 with stock pilots. Seems to be running great now, idles terribly, but i was on the drag strip (pismo dunes) with my buddies beat up 2001 bone stock (with tranny upgrade). I mean bone stock the filter was still stock! and he was killing me about 5 to 6 bike lengths. The only thing that i can think that would make a difference is that I'm about 80Lbs heavier, I'm 250lbs. Also he had 20inch sand shark paddles and i had 21inch gecko's paddles. So is it the weight? Jetting seems good. But i still don't have the torque that i want. Im thinking of going to a 12 tooth sprocket.

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when i say go back one jet size i dont mean go back one and stop there. i mean go back one, and see how it runs, if it still sputters then go down another one. and so on. that's what is says in the post if u read it.

"Once you have a rich "stumble", install the next smaller jet one size at a time until full throttle results in normal operation"
well im now at 155 160 with stock pilots. Seems to be running great now, idles terribly, but i was on the drag strip (pismo dunes) with my buddies beat up 2001 bone stock (with tranny upgrade). I mean bone stock the filter was still stock! and he was killing me about 5 to 6 bike lengths. The only thing that i can think that would make a difference is that I'm about 80Lbs heavier, I'm 250lbs. Also he had 20inch sand shark paddles and i had 21inch gecko's paddles. So is it the weight? Jetting seems good. But i still don't have the torque that i want. Im thinking of going to a 12 tooth sprocket.

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A 12 tooth will do wonders, also throw the Gecko's in the trash and get a good paddle on there! just my .02

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A 12 tooth will do wonders, also throw the Gecko's in the trash and get a good paddle on there! just my .02
I got them for free, whats a good paddle then? ITP sand stars? Haulers? Any thing that wont kill my wallet? I have a set of sand sharks are they any good? My dad runs them. Whats a good price for the rubbers for the ITP and haulers?

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A 12 tooth will do wonders, also throw the Gecko's in the trash and get a good paddle on there! just my .02
I got them for free, whats a good paddle then? ITP sand stars? Haulers? Any thing that wont kill my wallet? I have a set of sand sharks are they any good? My dad runs them. Whats a good price for the rubbers for the ITP and haulers?

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