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jetting first gen. SV

Started by dave_anderson, January 16, 2006, 07:43:33 AM

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dave_anderson

What is a good base line for jetting stock carbs. I am in the process of rebuilding with 2mm over pistons and 03' cams. No I will not run LWSS with this set-up.

grasshopper

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Stock Bore
03 + Cams
Full Yosh Exhaust
Desnorkled Stock Filter
155 Mains - But still a tad lean up top (need 157.5's or 160's)
17.5 Pilots
Dynojet Needle on 2nd Clip
Drilled Slide Holes
2.5 Turns on A/F Screws



Super Dave

Quote155 Mains - But still a tad lean up top (need 157.5's or 160's)

Dynojet jets or carb manufactured jets?  They are different.
Super Dave

EX_#76

Hey Nick, is this the same bike you ran at joliet?  not leagal for super sport you know!!!


Guy
Guy Bartz
MW EX #76
Mass Reduction LLC Home of the Grip Doctor

grasshopper

#4
QuoteHey Nick, is this the same bike you ran at joliet?  not leagal for super sport you know!!!


Guy

The bike I ran at Joliet was stock bore, stock cams, made 69hp.

I have 2 SV's

Almost 3 now.

Thanks for trying to call me out as a cheater, nice thing to do on an internet board.

If you suspect me of cheating order a tear down, you will be unpleasantly surprised when you are proven wrong.



EX_#76

#5
Nick,
I did not mean to accuse you of cheating.  I asked a question and made a statement.  I guess I should have worded my statement differently.  Sorry man.  I have had discussions with others (who shall remain namless) in the past who felt that that this was a legal mod because the cams were stock, and therfore SS legal

Guy
Guy Bartz
MW EX #76
Mass Reduction LLC Home of the Grip Doctor

damico

ya guy you sob!  ;D Boy I thought if anyone would interprut(sp) the wording of the rule book that way it would be you! 8) Now go drill some holes in your tires, it makes'em lighter ya know?

EX_#76

Now there is a mod I had not considered.  I think I need to drill a few hole in my head.  It might keep my mouth from running when it shouldn't be.    Jason, do you still need those bolts?
Guy Bartz
MW EX #76
Mass Reduction LLC Home of the Grip Doctor

grasshopper

No worries Guy, see you at the track, may be this year a few times, but a full season in 07.

When I return, I can promise you that the machine I will be running will not be SS Legal anymore. I'm slowly but surely collecting goodies  :D

I'll keep the stock motor for street riding.

EX_#76

I was hoping that you would run SS.  I would like to race with you, after I pick up a little speed of course.  I sure had fun with you a couple of years ago.  Did you buy any photos from slider photo?  He had a few shots of us racing at BHF.  
Guy Bartz
MW EX #76
Mass Reduction LLC Home of the Grip Doctor

grasshopper

I did look at the pictures. Man was my bike set up WAY WRONG in those pictures.

My shock was set way to short! And I was playing around with moving my front forks up and down too.

I've learned a lot since then, still have a lot to learn.

Maybe I'll run the street bike in SS with you once or twice with the big high Renthal Dirtbike bars. ;D.

dwilson

If you're not running stock classes then I'd get a BMC race filter or pods.  
With the BMC you'll need ~165 mains
With pods you'll need ~210 mains

17.5 pilots and 2.5 turns on the AF screws is right as well.  You'll also need to sync them.  The front is a little tough to get at so you might consider running a vacuum line off the front to the neck, put a bolt in it when you're done.  Then it'll be easy to sync next time.  

With the de-snorkled stock ~155-160 sounds about right.  Don't bother with the K&N, it flows about the same as stock, even a de-snorkled K&N is about the same as de-snorkled stock.  IMO the stock flows a little better.  

*all jet sizes are Mikuni