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    Slip on pipe an K&N scabby 200

    Any ideas on jetting it out ?

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    Fit them, ride or run the bike and read the spark plug. White is too lean, sooty is to rich and tan is just right. My guess is you'll have to go to a larger jet. Your bike is carbureted, right?

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    Yea its carburetted...ordered a pack of mains and pilots should be here soon with the pipe ...I haven't had the carb apart so I was just needing a baseline jet # to start from...also thinking about machining a phenolic roller to eliminate that belt slapping noise ...

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