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I am running #120 jet in my carbs with stage 7 kit. I have a full D+D race pipe, KN filter. SHould I have a little more with a stage 7 or is this ok. Plugs are a little lean
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Re: Carb Question

A stage 7? You drag?
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Re: Carb Question

I have no idea what stage seven means. Who makes the kit, what does it include and what is the spec of the engine internals?
Your jetting will be determined by all the variables within your particular engine.
If your plugs are showing lean try richening it up a little.
If you're seriously drag racing though I'd suggest running a DJ Wideband Commander to monitor your air/fuel and adjust your jetting to be optimal every race day.

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Re: Carb Question

he has a 93 blade it's not a fuel injected bike.

csjray what kind of other engine modifications do you have if you don't have any do not go over 125's mains 2nd notch on the needles would work magic but make sure you do final adjustments I've tried this setting for the same mods u have tho stage 1 kit comes with 120 122 and 125 mains and 38 and 40 idle jets not sure what stage 7 comes with but it's sure something over 165 which is not recommended without major airbox mods and internal engine work for higher compression tho.
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Re: Carb Question

I know it's carbed.
Why does that matter?

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Re: Carb Question

Stage 7 Dynojet
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Re: Carb Question

Okay, I just had a look at the website.
The instruction sheet that comes with the kit says you should run the 124's if you have modified filter and exhaust so I guess you should do that.
As I said though, if you're racing seriously you should use something to monitor your air/fuel and adjust your jetting more accurately.

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Re: Carb Question

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