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Old 12-30-2004, 08:50 PM   #31
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6,000'

My '03 Adventure lives at 6,000 feet. I have the KTM airbox "racing" side cover and the 'Trapp IDS2 installed. I'm still running the OEM jetting (152.5 main/1.2 pilot air) and figure I'm still plenty fat. It runs pretty much perfectly from 6K to 12K, can't beat that...

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Old 12-30-2004, 09:01 PM   #32
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The problem was the ruber boot wasn't on all the way! It was off on the underside and I couldn't see it.
I was run'n very lean, guess what...Yup Das boot
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Old 12-31-2004, 07:16 AM   #33
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I was run'n very lean, guess what...Yup Das boot
I was runnin' very rich, guess what... der main jet come unskrewed

do we need a hall of shame?!? somewhere to collect all the bonehead things we did so that people can scan through it to find problemas?

Are we man-enough to fess up to our little "indescretions"?
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Old 12-31-2004, 08:52 AM   #34
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I was runnin' very rich, guess what... der main jet come unskrewed

do we need a hall of shame?!? somewhere to collect all the bonehead things we did so that people can scan through it to find problemas?

Are we man-enough to fess up to our little "indescretions"?
How 'bout a "Hall of Meat" to start...

So if your MJ was say, a 160 and then it falls out, how to we rate the metering orifice then? Maybe a 860?


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Old 12-31-2004, 02:31 PM   #35
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How 'bout a "Hall of Meat" to start...

So if your MJ was say, a 160 and then it falls out, how to we rate the metering orifice then? Maybe a 860?


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I am comfortable with the name "Hall of Meat", but it might get thrown into JM without a glance

what the equivalent size is for no main jet but 860 probably ain't too bad a guess

I thought the Hall o Shame might be fun to read, maybe useful to a few wrenchin' retards (myself included), and definately a good exercise for those who's ID made it past the Super Ego. Or was the Ego the gatekeeper? Aw, crap I can't remember.

It might liven up Chopperman's life as the "Blood, sweat, and gears" forum is a little dry.

I think I'll start it just for giggles - we'll see what happens...

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http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=64136

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