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It`s time to set up bike for Winter Race !!!!

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Ok i make lot of research on the board , and i just want to be on .

Drz 400 E `03

Yosh slip on

And Coast Enrichener Removed

Also Airbox lid off

elevation +/- 1000 feet

Temperature 14 fahrenheit (around that +/- 8 degree )

What do you think for my starting point is to be

Main Jet 180 or maybe lower ?

Pilot jet 48

Needle/Clip position: 4th from top

I hope my question is clear Thank`s you

Best Regard`s 😢

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170 main jet would be max needed.

stock dxp needle

5th clip

you should be running the clip on 5 anyway.

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It`s 1 month away for the lake freeze and i try to fit a spare wheel of my Kx 250 (for have only one size of tire 19 inches)to my new toy and made all the modif i need (we put a neck to change the raking of the front end for more agressive turn) and for carburating i

will try a 170 main jet and 5th clip and no other modif in carb ? Thank`s you I hope my question is clear

This forum make the rule , you rock

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Last year the first snow fall (8 inches)will be recorded 21 of october and the first time we step on th lake (lac William , Eastern Township) the 8 of december and never look back for all the winter season , we receive the date for the National it will be the week-end of the 22 and 23 january 2005 See you there, It`s Big Show

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For the Headers i will wait till next year, because my kx on the ice give me a rocket ride and it`s alot of cash to made a set up for two bike (tire$$$) i can`t wait 😢

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YES Especially on the yosh it steps up, best on the market most others are straight. The fmf power bomb has the expansion chamber that helps some but not as good as yosh. The slip on does very little as I understand. 😢

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