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Old 10-04-2012, 10:05 PM   #7
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Location: N.V.I, B.C.
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In my experience the stock 45 pilot fuel jet normally does not need to be changed even with the mods... I have messed around a lot with the needle in the fourth clip and always seem to end up with a hesitation off idle, this gets amplified when your jet needle/needle jet takes on wear... I have used a pop can shim to raise the needle a part position above the 3rd and this helped to get rid of the bog but if I went a full position it would come back... Also the float height will have a noticeable effect if it is not close to ballpark... An incorrect float bowl fuel level really shows its stuff when you ride over choppy bumps or whoops by causing the engine to bog and cut out...
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