View Full Version : i need a little jetting help on my x2
i would like to hear from the board a good baseline jet spec to start with.
this is what i got
-kawi 650 stock bore, stock porting
-vp110 40:1 synthetic
when i got the carb it was jetted for a 701 b-pipe, i took it out today and it ran good but had a little hesitation on both low and high. i dont have much experience with ski carbs yet so i need a little guidance to get me going.
02-09-2008, 06:53 PM
As long as it's not a Yamaha OEM 44, 120L/140H works pretty well to start with, then you'll probably end up leaner. Around 25psi popoff, whatever combination to get that.
i dont think it is an oem carb, what should i look for to tell?
this is the carb
120low, 160 high, 20psi popoff should be close.
whats the best place to get jets?
02-10-2008, 09:44 AM
WSM ,I just bought some oem Mikuni jets for mine from WPS .I had to buy a pack of four so to get the 4 jets I needed I ended up with 16 jets,15 of which I will probably never use again.No help to you Rags as they are way too big for your application.I can however get you pilot and main jets for $1.50 a piece plus the cost of a stamp of course.They come in 1/2 sizes also just like oem jets.
02-10-2008, 10:56 AM
ive got a 650 sx set up similar to your ski, remember that it gets humid as hell here in the summer but with the stock f/a i run 122.5 low and 165 main with i think the gold spring, might be silver. when i run a fly f/a i move up to a 180 main. runs great. ski will turn around 6700 with the fly and about 6450/6500 with the stock box. thats about all she has in her. good luck
02-10-2008, 10:58 AM
if wedo cant help you with jets, gordon at pacific jet sports always has them in stock. like wedo said, theyre cheap
02-10-2008, 11:58 AM
Wedo can help with the jets ,all he needs is an ok and to send payment with a SASE.I can handle it from there.
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