Boysen dual stage power reeds w/fmf gnarly

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Boysen dual stage power reeds w/fmf gnarly

Post by TRUAX » 05:46 pm Apr 05 2019

Anyone out there running the dual stage power reeds with the fmf gnarly woods pipe? Also have have fmf spark arrestor. I rescued the bike this winter and went through everything, just wondering what general direction to head from the stock jetting that is in there now. If anyone has a basline with this combo hook it up!

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Re: Boysen dual stage power reeds w/fmf gnarly

Post by TRUAX » 05:48 pm Apr 05 2019

0-1000 ft above sea level, with typical 50% humidity in Minnesota

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Post by TRUAX » 04:54 pm Apr 06 2019

Nevermind this thread, Boyesen has a base line chart on the site.

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Re: Boysen dual stage power reeds w/fmf gnarly

Post by KDXGarage » 01:43 am Apr 07 2019

Just remember to start ith the air screw and pilot, then work your way up.
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Re: Boysen dual stage power reeds w/fmf gnarly

Post by TRUAX » 11:07 am Apr 07 2019

Yea that's where I started, turns out it's not a jetting issue...

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