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i pulled my air box and found i have these dial a jets installed in my carbs any one use them can give me a few pointers on them?
 

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1 is lean, 5 is rich.

When you go outt for a ride, stop after a couple minutes and see what the plugs look like. If they're wet, turn the them down. If they're dry, turn them up.

After a while, you'll figure out what the settings are supposed to be at per temperature range, so you can set them before you leave.

The end.
 

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I ran them on a 95 XCR 600 with Aaen pipes and a 98 XC 600 with good results. They worked as advertised. As with all jetting adjustments, be sure you have a good handle on what the plugs & piston wash should look like or get some help to avoid problems. I have a set for a 3 cyl. or fewer I may sell.

http://www.snowtechmagazine.com/articles/2001/baseline/baseline.php

http://www.thunderproducts.com/dial_a_jet.htm
 

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tnmemr said:
I ran them on a 95 XCR 600 with Aaen pipes and a 98 XC 600 with good results. They worked as advertised. As with all jetting adjustments, be sure you have a good handle on what the plugs & piston wash should look like or get some help to avoid problems. I have a set for a 3 cyl. or fewer I may sell.

http://www.snowtechmagazine.com/articles/2001/baseline/baseline.php

http://www.thunderproducts.com/dial_a_jet.htm
I be interested how much?
 

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These were also installed on my sled from the previous owner. I have never adjusted them, but I do have a questions. When you adjust them, the adjustment must be for the entire throttle range? I want to richen up my 1/4 to 3/4 throttle range, but not my idle or full throttle. I would probably be better off adjusting the needle instead of using the dial-a-jets in my situation?
 

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These were also installed on my sled from the previous owner. I have never adjusted them, but I do have a questions. When you adjust them, the adjustment must be for the entire throttle range? I want to richen up my 1/4 to 3/4 throttle range, but not my idle or full throttle. I would probably be better off adjusting the needle instead of using the dial-a-jets in my situation?
Lower the e clip or for finer tuning needle shim kits are available from HPE and others.

http://www.exhaustgas.com/ProductDetail.asp?ProductID=1798&DepartmentID=12&CategoryID=61&BasketID=&RepID=
 

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I have a sled with veri-flow and so far have been happy with, its a lot easier to use, but does not allow for a precise setting, my new one has a compensator but have not ridden in different elevations so not sure how well it works yet
 
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