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I just put in a new jet kit and pulled the plug after the first 2 rides and it is running rich. My friend that is an auto mechanic said that I should go down to the next lower jet size. Is this right or can I just adjust the air/fuel screw? He said that the air/fuel screw will really only help at idle speed and not too much when under power. Just wondering what to do, change jet or air/fuel adjust??? Any help would be great.
 

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Holy smokes that is the best explaination of jetting I have ever heard. That is a great article. Thanks for the link. That gives me some thoughts and a place to start.
 

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i don't know much about the chop method, but some one on this page gave me this web page to explain it to me. hope it helps<a href="http://www.mudanddirt.com/tech/jetting101/imagepages/image1.htm" target="_blank"><a href="http://www.mudanddirt.com/tech/jetting101/...ages/image1.htm" target="_blank">http://www.mudanddirt.com/tech/jetting101/...ages/image1.htm</a>

bowz://http://www.mudanddirt.com/tech/jett...mage1.htm

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bowz,

glad it helped. if its still nice this weekend i'll put my dynojet kit on, get a few plugs and finish up.
 
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