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    Hmmm....ok, that is exactly the jetting
    set up I am running; with full
    M4 exhaust.

    What else could it be.......a little
    fuel starving? Float level, pinched
    or kinked hose, packed fuel
    filter?

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      Originally Posted by cloud09 View Post
      Hmmm....ok, that is exactly the jetting
      set up I am running; with full
      M4 exhaust.

      What else could it be.......a little
      fuel starving? Float level, pinched
      or kinked hose, packed fuel
      filter?
      Float levels were set to the standard level last time I cleaned the carbs.

      Good point though, I should probably replace the fuel filter since it's been sitting a while.
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        I swear I'm not putting off working on the EFI system, I just REALLY REALLY needed to make these stickers first.

        IMG_20190713_161047_156.jpg
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          Originally Posted by frinesi2 View Post
          I swear I'm not putting off working on the EFI system, I just REALLY REALLY needed to make these stickers first.

          IMG_20190713_161047_156.jpg
          Love me some gecko.I had a Tokay named Grumpy.He was.I guess I need to buy something to get one of these fine stickers?

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            frinesi2 Sounds like the stickers were SQUIRREL! Not gecko... looks good

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              Originally Posted by frinesi2 View Post
              cloud09 forgot to mention it has brand new air cutoff valves & o-rings as well.

              Also 168f/162r, needle clip 3 down from top, 42 pilots, 2.5 turns on mixture screws.
              Sounds rich to me. 165/160 2.25 turns.......try that.
              Last edited by behindthetimes; 6 Days Ago.

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                Originally Posted by behindthetimes View Post

                Sounds rich to me. 165/160 2.25 turns.......try that.
                Will do!
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                  Originally Posted by behindthetimes View Post

                  Sounds rich to me. 165/160 2.25 turns.......try that.
                  I like a 160/165 but i like them on ALL the turns.
                  Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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                    Originally Posted by 6 View Post

                    I like a 160/165 but i like them on ALL the turns.
                    I like that, one of these days, I'll be able to just tune the damn fuel maps with a wideband O2 sensor and stop fiddling with carbs.
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                      Originally Posted by frinesi2 View Post

                      I like that, one of these days, I'll be able to just tune the damn fuel maps with a wideband O2 sensor and stop fiddling with carbs.
                      ParcNHawk did just that. IIRC he found that on his setup the front cylinder needed a smaller jet than the rear (usually suggested the other way around.) Because of the uni-filter for the F got smushed up some by his tank, thus less air, needs less gas.

                      I'm thinking he was running a F2 tank, and had reconditioned the bottom of the tank with an Italian speed wrench. (Big Hammer )
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                        SPA close.

                        It was a lot of tools, none of which were made in Italy. No pod smooshing. :P

                        It fit the stock petcock, too.

                        frinesi2 buy something like a UEGO and have at it. If you can weld the bungs in.

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                          Oh wait I already do have the bungs welded in. Maybe I WILL do that...

                          Be nice to be able to log against throttle position too, though ...
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                            Originally Posted by SPA View Post

                            ParcNHawk did just that. IIRC he found that on his setup the front cylinder needed a smaller jet than the rear (usually suggested the other way around.) Because of the uni-filter for the F got smushed up some by his tank, thus less air, needs less gas.

                            I'm thinking he was running a F2 tank, and had reconditioned the bottom of the tank with an Italian speed wrench. (Big Hammer )
                            Headroom affecting the fueling.Dmitry says the formula for headroom is twice the displacement of the engine.1400cc's.for a 700.... headroom 001.JPG

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                              THis is a good place to ask this question.....why not 4" pods?Why 6"?Why not coarse foam snowmobile pods.....aside from the obvious loss of fine filtration.....? mikebike 004 (1280x960).jpg Does the foam affect the intake wave?

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                                Far as I'm aware, the pods are pretty low resistance to the point where the intake action barely knows they're there.

                                behindthetimes did you ever see my intake trumpets?

                                edit: of course you did we were talking about them on the last page. Man I gotta get my shop set up finished so I can dig back in to this ...
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