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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-12-2008, 10:26 PM
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Because that's the one dyno jet says to use. Dynojet has a full team of Suzuki techs and when I called them they said that's the one to use. Funny, its the one that works the best, too.

Rememebr different brand jets are sized differently. Many of these guys are using Mikuni 150s, which are about the same as the DJ160.


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I don't know why I had 150 on the brain but now it makes more sense looking at the matrix. Rode for an hour yesterday, still not quite right. Pickup is not quite there and a little stumble around 70. Richness at 3.5 wondering if I should go towards 4 or raise the needle a notch.
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You'll need to fiddle with the richness adjustment a bit.


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I've got to be missin something... Dyno 160, moved mixture from 2 to 4.5 and raised/lowered needle. All the neighbors are looking at me cause I keep ridingv out then ridin back in. The only thing that got rid of the high end stutter was reducing the air flow via the filter. It runs pretty good now. So based on that, I'm assuming that I'm sucking too much air, correct? does that mean I need a larger jet? 170, 180, 1 million?
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Two things, have you made sure you haven't lost the donut (o-ring) Mr E referenced? If you look at page 13 in this doc you can see the o-ring
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Also when the needle slides back in you should feel/hear a slight "pop" or "snap" when it clicks into place.

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Yep the donuts there, although I have wondered if I'm getting a good seal. and Yep the needle clicks.
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