There are no Jetting Kits that I know of, you can buy rubber/plastic jet holders if thats what you mean but they are empty and you need to look at your sleds jeting chart and buy the jets you want/need for each sled. most jet holders come with a jet tool tho. hope that helps.
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I would personally run the ATACC system over the dial- jets. My friend had dial-a-jets on his Yamaha dog and it ran fine once they were adjusted but it took a lot of monkeying to get it running right. But it was still easier then replacing jets and needles. The holtzman product is new this year but the test reports have been excellent and if it works as well as the temp-a-flow system does then It should be flawless. My friend runs the temp-a- flow systems on his Iron-dog race sled and has never had a problem. In fact he won't run a sled without one and he has raced every brand of sled to date except Yamaha and has placed in the top three regularly. This year I believe he is running the ATACC system on his sled. I know I'm ordering a ATACC system for my 800 RMK this season. If it's good enough for a 2000-mile drag race across Alaska's wilderness it's good enough for me.
EGT stands for Exhaust Gas Temperature. The thermocouple probes are placed in your exhaust system and display your exhaust temperature on either a dial type gauge or a digital model. I personal run the Avenger 1 EGT system on my 800 rmk and love it but you can get buy on a cheaper set up. But if you run a modified sled or ride in extreme temperature and elevation changes then you would be wise to add one to your sled. It will let you know whether you are running rich or lean by the temperature readings, which will keep you from burning up your engine if you pay attention to your gauge while you ride.
i have dial a jet and they suck, i have egt gauges and when i turn the cheep plastic adjuster they don't change anything on the temps, so for me they dont do anything and i would remove it but then i have holes in the carbs and in the float bowls so i would have to find something to plug them
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