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What Jets Do You Run?

Discussion in 'Fuel / Air' started by BadBrad, Aug 6, 2009.

  1. StreetHog

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    I wondered about the air bleed. I currently don't have any 60's but I did go with a 36 pilot and 80 main. Now it seems to be spot on and the midrange dead spot is gone. BTW...the aux float plug is still in. Seems to run fine now but what the hell does this do if I remove this plug????
     
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    I WAS HAVING PROBLEMS AFTER PUTTING ON THE SPIKED AIR CLEANER AND I ALSO HAVE THE 2 INTO TO BUT WITH BAFFLES , WITH THE ADVISE OF R AND R CYCLES THEY ADVISED A 33 INTERMEDIATE AND A 78 MAIN AND IT HOLDS STEADY AT HIGH AND LOW SPEEDS . I DID NOT CHANGE THE AIR BLEED.
    IM NOT A TECH , THAT WAS JUST MY EXPERIENCE IS ALL.
     
  3. francoblay1

    francoblay1 The Spaniard

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    Here ya go http://www.bigdogbiker.com/threads/aux-bowl-vent-screw.47662/

    :cheers:
     
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    francoblay1 The Spaniard

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    Inter 32 <3K rpm

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    Main 78 >3K & up rpm...

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    Good enuff, but...

    I'm good with removing the vent plug but I assume I have to rejet the damn thing again after removing it??? Seriously thinking about putting the stock S&S intake on it. Thinking my Wimmer intake is just to look at. This bike definitely has to be alot fatter than my other one. 32/78 vs 36/80 :bang:
     
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    NO, no need to re-jet.
     
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    This jet combo seems pretty fat to me but I checked plugs both above and under 3K. Tan....perfect. Went to the pump and 47 mpg. It's done :D
     
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    Cool! :2thumbs: :cheers:
     
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    29.5 /78 real bad spot at 3500 rpms. They got it on the Dyno right now and I guess they put an 88 main in and not sure with the intermediate. It's got l.a.f drag pipes on it also. If anyone knows a good setup that would be great.
     
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    Well.... it´s getting HOT here.... went down to 31 & 76 :whoop:

    :cheers:
     
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    So what do you suggest for my 2003 pitbull with 107S&S drag pipes and K&N filter one and a while I'll give it throttle and it will pop or will just removing my vent bowl screw work
     
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    It is not that easy to say it just like that.... what elevation are you at? Te,temperature is a big factor and every bike is different (just a bit).

    You need to find her sweet spot.
     

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    2006 K9 @ Sea level
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    60 Air Bleed
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    V&H 2-2, with BCT Baffles.

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    Holy moly, are ya sure?
     
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    about??? :oldconfused:
     
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    Post 53 and 57 and to stay on topic I run 33/78
     
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    Hummm.... yes, I was sure in 2015 and still I am now in 2018.

    Carburator bikes will run richer in summer and/or at higher altitud than in winter and/or at sea level.

    Cold air and hot air are different densities, therefore your bike that was perfectly tuned for winter feels all sluggish on a hot day and your bike that runs crisply in summer will run lean in winter. Unless you adjust... 1/4 of a turn it does it for me.

    I don´t get your point.
     
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    Jetting for me is a thing of the past!!!!! B83377C3-7271-456D-8EA1-C68D65E068A4.png
     
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