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Hey, Whithurst youre going to get one million awnsers for that question. I'm telling you Rick in the shop says 155 main jet with maybe a 150 minimum. On the pilot he says a 45. as far as the air screws we make em' perfect with our exhaust gas analyizer here at work. Remember someone in Montana is going to have totally different advice for you. You have to factor so many different variables with jetting. We've done enough research here to get it right for our conditions in Southern California.

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Ray
 

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Be thankful if you only get a million answers. For what it's worth (custom pipes). 140/40/3 turns/1 shim/3mm drilled slide. Dyno says 69bhp. Mixture perfect. Sea level, 60% humidity. Hey, it's easier than folks make out. Good luck.
 

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135/42, 3 turns out and that is perfection for me with a NARK, K&N 's . AI gone, ProCom module, ignition wires, coils, iridium plugs, 93 octane gas, D&D pipes (loud but no popping) and hi-flow petcock with big lines. can't remember anything else-she really runs good. No problems so far except when going to high altitudes it is too rich (6,000 feet).
you should be real close with that set-up depending on where u live.
 

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152.5 mains 45 pilots 3 shims on stock needle 3 turns out on left bank 2.75 on right dyno'd spot on

you prolly dont need that many shims as your needle has a sharper taper than the 06 bonnie blacks.

preds no airbox...when I had stock carbs.

[ This message was edited by: SCCTrim on 2007-03-04 11:28 ]
 
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