Last summer I bought a used and badly neglected LC4. I got a great deal on it and am enjoying the process of bringing it up to snuff. I'm replacing all the high maintenance parts that I'm sure (based on the state of the bike)that the two previous owners neglected. Tomorrow, I'm putting in an order to KTM-parts.com for seals/bearings/orings and decided that I need to get the right jets for the bike as well. The bike seems to run fine, but it's drinking a lot of fuel. I'm getting about 25 MPG just doing in town commuting and brief 30 mile cruises at 60-65 MPH. The bike is stock, except for an FMF exhaust. Now, I realize that an aftermarket exhaust requires a little fatter jetting, but I think this bike has been jetted way too rich. The main jet is a 195 and the pilot a 53. So, this is where I need advice. I've read a ton on this bike and I'm thinking I'd do well with a 160-170 main jet. But, I haven't read much of anything on the pilot. Any advice there? Maybe a 40? 42? I've got the stock dell'orto PHM 40 carb and am in the central midwest at about 1000' MSL. I really want to get these parts ordered so I can get my bike back together. Any advice on the jets would be greatly appreciated!