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Pro Circuit and Team Green Jetting Specs

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Thought it might be cool to make this a sticky it is the info strictly off of their web sites:

I know i'll be using this table...

Part---------------Stock------ Pro Circuit--------Team Green

Main Jet------------180----------170-----------------175

Needle-------------NCYU--------NCYS---------------NCYS

Clip Position-------2 or 3----------4--------------------4

Pilot Jet-------------40-----------42-------------------42

Fuel Screw (out)---1 3/4----------3-------------------2.5

Leak Jet-------------60-----------50-------------------50

Here are the links:

TG-->http://www.kawasaki.com/Content/pdfs/insideTeamGreen/ITG-0606-Pages22-32.pdf

PC-->http://www.procircuit.com/PCJETTING.htm

Here is the suspension info too off of the TG site:

SUSPENSIONCHART.jpg

Hope this helps someone:thumbsup:

:applause::lol: :lol:

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That is good info.

I have the PC settings in my 06 but with the JD Red Needle.

Works well for me.:applause:

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thumpermx what elevation and temp you running in maryland. It might also be good to post the teamgreen suspension settings.

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the suspension is posted on another thread in this forum....but also just click on the links...great job

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I don't get it.My 07 owners manual list stock as

main:182, needle NHJT,40 pilot.They don't list the NCYS as an optional needle,Which don't mean squat though.I have the NCYS in my huuuu...honda.

From what I can tell by looking at other jetting charts is the main kinda coincides with the needle tapper.Each year they change the needles the jets change too.Thinner tapper needle gets a bigger jet and vice versa..

I mean is it kinda like a guitar?you can play the same chords at a different part of the neck and make the same note?Is one needle and it's jet the same as a different needle with a different jet?:applause:

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thumpermx what elevation and temp you running in maryland.

In MD were are at Sea Level and temp is norm between 50-60 in the spring time here. Like it is today and I am going riding. :applause:

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Are those jetting specs for an 06 or 07? remember kawasaki allegedly "hand polishes" all thier ports now, that could make a jetting change with the motor. I have yet to take mine apart and check for myself though.

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This is just what I needed!!! Thank You very much!!

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my bike is all stock, will i benefit any from changing to the jetting listed above or are they for modded bikes?

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There great base line settings,I found that shock needle pos worked best on my 250f & stock pilot with 2&1/2 turns on mixture screw,45 leak jet,175 main,& stock exhaust.I tuned at the track with the bike at full operating temp.The suspension settings were on $ for my weight&skill level.:banghead:

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I really don't know much about jetting, can someone help?

I'm going to put a Pro Circuit TI-4 Low Boy full system on my 06 KX250F. I ride mostly trails at or around 1000ft elevation. The temperature will be below 60 degrees for a few months.

Thanks for the help.

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If you have not bought that pipe,I don't think it's the best one for the trails. But the jetting should be close, this time of year I had to richen the main to a 178, aftermarket pipe or stock it very close

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I think on team green site you can go back to an 04'

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I think on team green site you can go back to an 04'

I went to the '04s and there is nothing for the kx250F, there is specs for some of the other bikes though

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try the canadian team green site thats were i 1st found the info last year.I swaer they went back to 04'

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5th colum to the right right before the 2stroke 250.........

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