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I am going to Colorado on a 10 day hunting trip, I know we will be somewhere between 8k and 10 k feet while we are there. I hope I can get away without changing the jet in my carb to run, has anyone expierenced this situation before and if so any suggestions? I have a 2005 Foreman ES.
 

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I have been to Colorado several times and have never messed with the jetting. I live in WV where the elevation is below 2500 feet. I have noticed a decrease in power at the higher altitudes and the bike will sometimes stall out when you come to a stop. More of an aggravation than a problem. You might want to put in a new spark plug before you go.
 

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Went in June. Changed the jets and the bike ran great. It is really pretty easy if you can get someone to tell you how many turns on the A/F screw. I don't remember, but I can find out. About 30 minutes and it was worth it.
 
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