Pretty in Pink, dunno why
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Redondo Beach
If you are happy with the current jetting, leave it be. It sounds like, with just a slight pop, that it is not overly lean with that pipe.
The CV carburetor will do a pretty good job of adjusting for altitude by itself. The slide is dependant on vacuum, and therefore air density, to rise. With a lower air density the slide will rise less, admitting less fuel. You'll be down on power, but your mixture will be right.
At higher altitudes, a direct pull carburetor will admit too much fuel for the air density at any given slide position and will run too rich. CV carbs don't work that way, so it's not an issue.
My riding takes me from sea level to 10K feet and I never change anything in the carburetor.
Tom [email protected]
I still held his automatic more or less pointed at him, but he swung on me just the same. It caught me flush on the chin. It was meant to be a hard one, but a pansy has no iron in his bones, whatever he looks like.
'How' are words so important they cannot be too often used.
Sting like a butterfly.
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Last edited by Tom Schmitz; 12-04-2019 at 11:57 AM.
Reason: Well, Dave and I are saying the same thing, so I deleted it, then undeleted it, then deleted it again, then undeleted it.