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    2008 Ktm sx65 Jetting

    Just bought a 08 ktm sx65. Bike is completly stock. Stock jetting, 200main, 25pilot, needle 5th on the bottom. The bike ran great when warmer. We are setting this bike up for ice riding. Which way should I go with the jetting. We are at 800ft above sea level. Temp from 0-30F. . I am reading some posts and guys are running a lot higher on the main. What is the reason for that. Ive seen 230 main 32 pilot. I was thinking about just going up to a 205 main and 27.5 pilot and leaving the clip. Also the bike is geared 14-48 is that a good starting point or should we drop a tooth or 2 in the rear. Ice riding TT with some long staights and ocaisionally riding a 1/4 mile oval. Any help would be aprreciated
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    help 2008 kx65 airscrew oring

    I just pulled apart and cleaned a carb of a 2008 kawi kx65. After reassemlby I noticed there was no washer or oring in the airscrew hole just a spring and the screw. I'm hoping these didn't fall out while cleaning. I know iv'e seen these in other carbs. Online shoping diagrams show them in the parts list and a similar oring goes on the idle screw. In the shop manual specific to the 08 shows the oring on the idle screw but just the spring on the air screw and no oring or washer. Any body feel like pulling there air screw out and taking a look or does somebody know? Might just order them just in case. Help anyone Thanks
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    help kx65 airscrew oring

    I just pulled apart and cleaned a carb of a 2008 kawi kx65. After reassemlby I noticed there was no washer or oring in the airscrew hole just a spring and the screw. I'm hoping these didn't fall out while cleaning. I know iv'e seen these in other carbs. Online shoping diagrams show them in the parts list and a similar oring goes on the idle screw. In the shop manual specific to the 08 shows the oring on the idle screw but just the spring on the air screw and no oring or washer. Any body feel like pulling there air screw out and taking a look or does somebody know? Might just order them just in case. Help anyone Thanks
  4. I just pulled apart and cleaned a carb of a 2008 kawi kx65. After reassemlby I noticed there was no washer or oring in the airscrew hole just a spring and the screw. I'm hoping these didn't fall out while cleaning. I know iv'e seen these in other carbs. Online shoping diagrams show them in the parts list and a similar oring goes on the idle screw. In the shop manual specific to the 08 shows the oring on the idle screw but just the spring on the air screw and no oring or washer. Any body feel like pulling there air screw out and taking a look or does somebody know? Might just order them just in case. Help anyone Thanks
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