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    So far so good.
    So far so good.
  3. Perfect, thanks again for the direction gentlemen. We'll see this weekend how it all works out. Been raining all week and it's supposed to through Friday, should be sticky dust free fun.
  4. Greetings and thank you much. Did you bother with the spring mod or changing the pilot up sizes?
  5. Greetings, have read numerous existing posts, your previous recommendations have been fantastic, looking for your direction again. Thanks in advance for the support. 2006 CRF450X Conditions: <40% humidity arid and desert riding elevation: 2000-6000ft Mods: FMF Powercore4, Airbox side cut mod, no engine mods Stock jetting: pilot 45, main 142, NCVU 2nd position, pilot 1.25 turns out Running Issue: none
  6. Thanks for direction, much appreciated. I'll take it apart just to be sure.
  7. Greetings folks, Tell me what you think. 2006 TTR125, new FMF pipe installed. JD Kit purchased and installed. Air box mod complete. The formerly most cold blooded bike in the world starts instantly and runs like a champ. BUT, now gas, a drop at a time, but consistently, drips from the bowl over flow port on the bottom of the carb. Everything worked perfectly, intended outcome was achieved. Is it possible that the new jets are allowing gas to flow too feeely resulting in a constant small flow out the bottom and on to my garage floor? My water heater pilot is getting excited by all those fumes. This thing is now the ultimate wife bike and kid chaser, but god my garage stinks. Help.
  8. Greetings folks, Tell me what you think. 2006 TTR, new FMF pipe installed. JD Kit purchased and installed. Air box mod complete. The formerly most cold blooded bike in the world starts instantly and runs like a champ. BUT, now gas, a drop at a time, but consistently, drips from the bowl over flow port on the bottom of the carb. Everything worked perfectly, intended outcome was achieved. Is it possible that the new jets are allowing gas to flow too feeely resulting in a constant small flow out the bottom and on to my garage floor? My water heater pilot is getting excited by all those fumes. This thing is now the ultimate wife bike and kid chaser, but god my garage stinks. Help.
  9. As usual, many considerations I hadn't thought of and the voice of reason emerged in the middle somewhere. So I have my answer and off I go, shop manual in hand to check clearances. Thanks to all once again I appreciate it.
  10. Greetings all, I know what the manual says, but tell me what your collective experience says. How often should the valves been looked at for possible adjustment? Mine DRZ-S is a 2003 with 2000 miles and the top has never been off it. Runs great and no ticking. All dirt miles. Thanks in advance.
  11. Greetings, one final thanks for the jetting direction for my 2003 DRZS. The 3x3 is done, JD kit installed and FMF pipe one, and it is a whole new bike! Got six hours and 50 miles on it 12/21 and WOW, who knew that bike was hidden in there somewhere. The hole in the bottom of the petcock I was refering to is indeed factory drilled in the plastic piece sandwiched between the metal back plate and front plate of the petcock. All I can figure is that the paper thin rubber gasket inside the petcock was shot. Ordered a new petcock and a some extra top mount gaskets for the petcock from IMS and I'm in business. I really appreciate the time and direction. For a rookie carb job it went perfectly. Merry Christmas to you.
  12. Eddie thanks for the direction, JD kit worked great bike runs great but now I have a new petcock leak. I use the stock "S" model petcock on an IMS tank, never had issue before. There is a tiny hole in the tank side of the petcock that faces down and appears to be factory drilled. Its about the size of the tip of a ball point pen. Now that the mods are installed, it spits out fuel. The mods worked great. The bike jumps to life, no issues. Replaced the fuel lines and added new clamps. But this hole is clearly the issue. Did the new flow levels of both air and fuel create a new problem? Help, mucho vacation and ride time coming and my ride is now a flying fuel leak.
  13. Eddie thanks for the direction, JD kit worked great bike runs great but now I have a new petcock leak. I use the stock "S" model petcock on an IMS tank, never had issue before. There is a tiny hole in the tank side of the petcock that faces down and appears to be factory drilled. Its about the size of the tip of a ball point pen. Now that the mods are installed, it spits out fuel. The mods worked great. The bike jumps to life, no issues. Replaced the fuel lines and added new clamps. But this hole is clearly the issue. Did the new flow levels of both air and fuel create a new problem? Help, mucho vacation and ride time coming and my ride is now a flying fuel leak.