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post #1 of 3 Old 08-15-2011, 05:23 AM Thread Starter
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dyno jet kit

I'm going to install the dyno jet carb kit and i'm not sure on what groove to put the clip on.I have done the air box mods and installed a v&h slip on,I have read that some guys are putting them on different grooves with 2 or 3 washers on the needle,then is suggested in the directions.btw mine is a 2009 klr 650,thanks
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post #2 of 3 Old 08-15-2011, 09:41 AM
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I just installed one on my '08 with the V&H pipe and no airbox mods. I used the stage one instructions but need to move the needle one clip higher. I would install the kit using the stage two instructions then see were you're at. Every bike is a little different. If you find your bike bogging as you accelerate through the mid-range go one notch lower (needle lower/leaner) if you're having no problem accelerating but you find the motor misses at midrange cruise go one notch higher (needle higher/richer). Let me know how you like the combination. Personally, I'm considering the quieter insert, it's a louder pipe than my tinitus can deal with.
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post #3 of 3 Old 08-15-2011, 03:23 PM Thread Starter
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I just installed one on my '08 with the V&H pipe and no airbox mods. I used the stage one instructions but need to move the needle one clip higher. I would install the kit using the stage two instructions then see were you're at. Every bike is a little different. If you find your bike bogging as you accelerate through the mid-range go one notch lower (needle lower/leaner) if you're having no problem accelerating but you find the motor misses at midrange cruise go one notch higher (needle higher/richer). Let me know how you like the combination. Personally, I'm considering the quieter insert, it's a louder pipe than my tinitus can deal with.
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Thanks for the input,I will try what said.BTW I put the quieter insert in mine I did'nt notice a big difference from the one that came with it,your right it's a loud pipe!!
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