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bajanutt

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  1. bajanutt

    Finally!!! An orange bike that I would buy!

    Baja 500 results show harley with 1 overall m/c win (1975) and other orange bike with zero overall m/c wins. Baja 1000 results show zero overall m/c wins for harley and zero overall wins for other orange bike. When combined, harley has 1 overall m/c wins and other orange bike has zero overall m/c wins. Same results would apply to Can-am also.
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    Finally!!! An orange bike that I would buy!

    as a matter of fact it seems harley has more combined overall wins in the baja 500 and baja 1000 than the other orange bike also.
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    Finally!!! An orange bike that I would buy!

    seems that harley has more baja 500 wins than the other orange bike
  4. bajanutt

    San Diego rental cars

    Enterprise car rental did rent cars for mexico, i think they still may rent cars for mexico. They may have some geogaphical restriction, you can call and ask them. Note that not very many offices rent for mexico, I think the only office in san diego that does is the one at the the airport ( Lindburg Field )
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    Looking for Baja Riders

    BajaVeteran, Do you remember when ramons wife lived in san vincente? If yes, send me an email at okeeeeokeeee@aol.com If you dont please disregard this message. We may have a lot to ride and talk about in the future. thanks, steve
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    Jetting

    You are correct that gearing is the same except the 15/42 uses less chain length. You are also correct that the gearing is a little tall for ultra slow riding, but I just got used to it. I have never have much trouble in the slow challenging stuff but the reason I use tall gears is to conserve gas. I have a 4 gallon tank and I seem to get 60-62 mpg no matter how easy or hard i ride. In Baja I need the 240 mile range. Also I have never had to mess with fuel screw, but if it is really cold (say 30 F or less) I do increase to idle screw a little for cold starting.
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    Jetting

    I have a 99 xr400 with about 15k miles of baja riding (sea level to about 8,000 ft, tight trails to high speed highway) and the best jetting I have found is #62, #160, 2-1/4 out and 3rd position on needle. This is with stock engine, stock carb, uni air filter, no snorkle, and exhaust baffle removed, 15/42 gearing. Best of luck.
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