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70Joe

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    Illinois
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    Dirt bikes, drag bikes, soccer
  1. 70Joe

    Dieseljo.com

    Hey everyone, This site is like kissing your cousin in comparison to Djoe.com but it will do for now. Joey, Thanks so much for pouring your heart into such a great site and community that you singlehandidly pulled together. I will always treasure the fun I had on your site and all of the new friends I made. Thank you Joey, Thank you! 7.0
  2. 70Joe

    Jetting Settings

    I have modified two '06 CRF250X's with great results using the air fuel ratio sensor on a DynoJet dyno. The main goal was to improve power all over and keep it less than 94 dba and to carburate well from low to high. After the modifications both bikes pulled dead even with a '06 CRF250R until the middle of 6th gear. In the woods I love my X allot more than my 05 KTM 450 EXC (which is a great bike that weighs 265 lbs with gas) Wisconsin and Michigan riding 650 feet above sea level 70 degrees 50% humidity Here is my list and I believe you need to do it all to get the best results: Muzzy Ti pipe with quiet insert and spark arrester Air box mod (cut off top) Twin Air billet cage air filter kit (very trick and eliminates the screen plus the filter is flame proof) 45 pilot jet 1.5 to 2 turns on Zip Ty fuel screw Richen needle 1 groove down 155 main jet Power now rear blade only Boysen pump cover Drill 7 holes 5/8 diameter holes across the top edge of the air box door (drill these from the inside of the door between the two ridges of plastic 1” center to center) Now you can tune your bike to the altitude or conditions with a simple piece of duct tape. When its hot and humid leave all the holes open and lean out the fuel screw to 1.5 turns out. In nice weather (60-80 degrees 40-60% humidity cover 3 holes with tape and set fuel screw to 1.75 turns out. When its cool out 40-60 degrees and low humidity cover more holes as needed and turn the fuel screw out to 2 turns. I also installed a 51 tooth rear to smooth out the gear ratio’s a bit. And I installed a Recluse clutch (great product). The bike is a blast to ride in the woods and you can ride much longer with less rest stops, because the bike is so light and smooth. For Ice Racing go to a 160 main jet and install Fredette tires and Moto Missile fenders and go have fun. Check out the web site below for more info on ice racing. Joe Koenig www.dieseljo.com
  3. 70Joe

    '06 CRF250X CCC and other mods questions...

    I have modified two '06 CRF250X's with great results using the air fuel ratio sensor on a DynoJet dyno. The main goal was to improve power all over and keep it less than 94 dba and to carburate well from low to high. After the modifications both bikes pulled dead even with a '06 CRF250R until the middle of 6th gear. In the woods I love my X allot more than my 05 KTM 450 EXC (which is a great bike that weighs 265 lbs with gas) Wisconsin and Michigan riding 650 feet above sea level 70 degrees 50% humidity Here is my list and I believe you need to do it all to get the best results: Muzzy Ti pipe with quiet insert and spark arrester Air box mod (cut off top) Twin Air billet cage air filter kit (very trick and eliminates the screen plus the filter is flame proof) 45 pilot jet 1.5 to 2 turns on Zip Ty fuel screw Richen needle 1 groove down 155 main jet Power now rear blade only Boysen pump cover Drill 7 holes 5/8 diameter holes across the top edge of the air box door (drill these from the inside of the door between the two ridges of plastic 1” center to center) Now you can tune your bike to the altitude or conditions with a simple piece of duct tape. When its hot and humid leave all the holes open and lean out the fuel screw to 1.5 turns out. In nice weather (60-80 degrees 40-60% humidity cover 3 holes with tape and set fuel screw to 1.75 turns out. When its cool out 40-60 degrees and low humidity cover more holes as needed and turn the fuel screw out to 2 turns. I also installed a 51 tooth rear to smooth out the gear ratio’s a bit. And I installed a Recluse clutch (great product). The bike is a blast to ride in the woods and you can ride much longer with less rest stops, because the bike is so light and smooth. Joe Koenig www.dieseljo.com
  4. 70Joe

    Crf230 Vs Xr200

    The 230 is a better bike......
  5. 70Joe

    262 big bore kit

    the 262 is 5% bigger and with a little clean up porting on the head you should be happy! 7.0
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