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After not being able to remove the plug from the exaust portion of the ais pipe, I finally capped it.

Then I fire up the bike and it has worse bog off of idle than when the bike was new! It's so frustrating because I had just dialed in my jd kit perfectly with a 175 and 3rd clip on the red needle. Did the removal of the ais increase the flow so much that now I'm running lean? That doesn't make sense to me...

Thanks in advance!

Danny

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im not sure i quite understand your question. it sounds like you need to rejet the pilot circuit and work from there

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Thanks for your help.

What I am trying to say is, I had the jetting about as perfect as a novice could get it, and then I removed the AIS and it incurred a tremendous bog after that.

So, my question is: Should I need to rejet after an AIS removal? I haven't read or been told anything like that.

Thanks,

Danny

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You migh twant to look into a 450 like the guy you were riding with had. His bike seemed pretty tuned in

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