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post #121 of 132 (permalink) Old 12-10-2012, 03:20 PM
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Getting it right the first time is always the goal, unfortunately i fell way short of that goal lol. I have had my carbs off 5 times. I started out with the Factory Pro jet kit, and a k&n filter, couldn't get it to run right, i replaced the filter with the OEM one and it was better. The best thing i did was got rid of the factory pro needles with OEM needles and used shims, and changed the pilot's to #40's. My bike runs awesome, but has a bouncy idle, from 1800 down 1200, not consistent at all. I have my screws set at 2.5 turns out, but slush319 recommended to go to 2 turns out (factory setting) since i went with the #40 pilots, so i'm going to try that. I like working on carbs, it's always fun and i enjoy a challenge, but these r6 carbs are the pickiest carbs i have ever touched. I had to do it over again, i would not buy a kit, i would order the jets separate and save some money.

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post #122 of 132 (permalink) Old 12-10-2012, 08:11 PM Thread Starter
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ive never really messed with carbs but since im a auto technician i wanna do all y won stuff to my motorcycle lol. if i can figure cars out i can figure bikes out haha. So are you saying i should just get new pilot jets? and just shim the needles? what did you use to shim them and also where cna i get jus the jets?

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I believe they are diff. monster

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ive never really messed with carbs but since im a auto technician i wanna do all y won stuff to my motorcycle lol. if i can figure cars out i can figure bikes out haha. So are you saying i should just get new pilot jets? and just shim the needles? what did you use to shim them and also where cna i get jus the jets?
You will need to change your main jets also, but you can buy individual jets at rockymountainatv.com and a few other places, now the pilots you might have to get from factory pro but i'm not sure about that. Look at the carb/elevation thread and see what others are running, i'm at 875' above on my elevation. I bought some washer from radio shack and turned the o.d. down on a lathe so they would fit inside the retainer, when you get your carbs all apart you will see what i'm talking about.

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i just posted in that thread :P but thanks for all the help!

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Nick (the guy who made the stripes for me) only makes one size so far i belive

Here is the thread for him making them for me, i was his test bunny for making them as this was his first time lol

Rim Stripes from Nick (Bauce-Racing)

He posted in that thread as NICKGO13 i believe or i can just give you his email so yuo can talk to him directly about what you want bud! if your looking for some rim stripes he is the man to go to!

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Also im looking for some opinions here... since i love the yellow with my bike im debating about getting yellow headlights.... either HId's or the hyper yellow nokya bulbs. What you guys think? Or how do you guys think that will look?

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either yellow tint over the headlights or just yellow bulbs or 3000k hids? What u guys think?

or should i just stick to 4300k hid's...

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