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Old 11-21-2013, 03:23 PM   #1
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Klx110 jetting

Ok so I've done some research but I would like somebody else's opinion. I have a 2004 klx110. Stock motor. I did the bbr u-flow intake and a two brothers m-6 exhaust. I bought a jet kit and a rebuild kit. It had a number 36 pilot jet and a number 80 main jet. I put a number 40 pilot in it and a 90 main jet. It bogs around the top end. I turned the fuel air screw 3 turns out from all the way in and it's a little better. Did I put a too big of jet in? Adjust the fuel screw? Any tips would be greatly appreciated.
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Normally with a pod filter u do a 80 main and 40 pilot and start with the air fuel screw 1 1/2 turns out and adjust from there. I'm not sure about the uflow from bbr, I have read that a lot of people have trouble getting the jetted sorted out with them.
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Almost got it tuned right. It's about at 1/4 turn of the throttle I got a slight hesitation. I'm going to wait for the rain to stop before I mess with it anymore. It sucks test riding around the block in the rain with no front fender or shrouds.
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