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KTM 125 jetting

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well, the temperatures are dropping now that its fall, I currently do not know what jets are in my bike (will take it apart tomorrow)

the bike has a 304 PC silencer,a new wiseco top end and boysen reeds on the way. Do I need to re jet? my bike is currently under going the top end rebuild and before that it had a fueling issue (im guessing clogged jets or float) 

what jets and carb settings should i have in my bike for the best performance ? (or just use factory spec)

the temp is about 70-80 degrees in NC if that matters.  I do not know alot about jetting so any advice will help! 

I guess what im really wondering is if there are better ways to jet than what the factory uses



2002 KTM 125 SX

Edited by Rgf142

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