I know that you wont get all the gain that you can get if you don't rejet it. Um as for messing it up by riding it Sunday, I can't say if it will or not. But when you say there is a little smoke, is this when you ride it of when you rev it?
Yea well then you did it right. It is going to work becasue you have your air mixture balanced with the amount of fuel that the stock jet will put in. Since you can move more air you can give it a bigger jet if you want and adjust your a/f to compensate for introducing more g as to the mixture.
Well I will say I have heard of people running 170 mains. I personally run a 165 which is what HMF sent me. I installed the jet and adjusted my a/f and it runs like a top. I did have to adjust the a/f a bit whenever I went to TX for Mud Nationals... but Im guessing that slight change in elevation made a difference. I would stick with a 165 it definitely seems to be a good setup. In Low I can't get the wheels about 10 or 12 inches off the ground with my 29.5s on. I haven't had a chance to run my bike yet with the stockers yet.
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