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Message started by Yoshi on 05/29/14 at 16:11:22

Title: Post your elevation and setup
Post by Yoshi on 05/29/14 at 16:11:22

I'll start

Elevation-400 ft. above sea level

Year-2002
Muffler-MAC
Intake-K&N RC-1250 Pod filter
Pilot Jet-55
Main Jet-152.5
Mix screw-2&3/4 turns out

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by S-P on 05/29/14 at 21:03:58

1200 feet
2008
Dyna muffler
Cone filter
Main 152.5
Pilot 52.5
Two Spacers
2.5 turns out

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by snick on 07/04/14 at 21:59:30

Elev 580
Yr: 2001
Dyna muffler w/ baffles
K&N drop box filter
Main: 150
Pilot: 52.5 stock
White washer half shaved
Mix screw 2 1/4 turns out

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by Sarge on 07/06/14 at 08:59:34

Elev 500 ft above S/L
Yr: 2003
Dyna muffler w/ baffles
K&N drop box filter
Main: 150
Pilot: 52.5
White spacer 1/3 shaved
Mix screw 2 3/4 turns out

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by lnewlf on 07/06/14 at 11:21:40

Year 2003
14 feet elevation
Dyna muffler straight (factory no baffle)
Cone filter
Main 150
Pilot 55
NO Spacers
3/4 turn out

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by arteacher on 07/08/14 at 06:55:13

Year 2007
980 feet elevation
Raask exhaust system
K&N slab filter in stock airbox
Main 150
Pilot 55
2/3 spacer mod
2 1/4 turns out
Dial-a-jet. Without the Dial-a-Jet I would use a 155 main jet.

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by dustystranger on 08/25/14 at 20:42:43

elevation 6000 ft
2003 totally stock, nothing changed and it runs perfectly.
2007 with heiden tuned megaphone (Mikes XS), one step larger pilot jet, 2/3 of white spacer, snorkel removed.  Runs very strong. but it is not really any faster than the 2003.  Go figure!

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by bobdog on 01/13/15 at 20:54:03

2009
565 elevation
3" supertrapp w/no discs, universal baffle and fresh packing
4" pod uni-filter
main:150
pilot:52.5
white spacer mod 2 washers
air screw:2  1/2 turns out
raptor petcock

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by AsphaltMan on 06/24/15 at 16:21:40

elevation, varies greatly, 400- 2800 ft above sea level
set up  230, 53.3,  zero turns stock air and exhaust, nylon spacer removed, needle set max rich... idle set high

am very happy with the way this machine hauls right now...

checked timing chain adj has 5/8ths inch or about .625" so I'm not over yet, no ovaling... (15.8 mm).


Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by KennyG on 06/24/15 at 17:32:00

Year 2013
642 FT Elevation
Harley Dyna Muffler With Muffler Shop Adapter
Stock Factory Air Filter System
Pilot Jet 52.5
Main Jet 152.5
3 Washers On Needle
Air Screw 2 1/4 Turns Out
Current Gas Mileage 47 MPG

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by nof1 on 07/31/15 at 06:08:29

2001
elevation 738
Stock muffler
Stock air intake
Pilot 52.5
Main 150
2 washers on needle
1.5 turns out

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by Tony from tdot on 08/10/15 at 18:10:05

~200m above S/L
1986
Dyna muffler
Cone filter
160 Main, 55 Pilot, 2 turns out
needle clip on lowest position, half spacer

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by RazBarlow on 12/22/17 at 12:56:01

Anyone around the Fort Worth Texas Area running a pod filter and shorty Emgo Muffler that wants to give me an estimate on what jets to buy ?
Thanks

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by Kenny G on 12/22/17 at 13:07:29

I would start with a 52.5 and 152.5.

This has worked for me in Denton.

Wait and see if Lancer chimes in because he will have better information.

Kenny G

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by RazBarlow on 12/22/17 at 14:46:51

I see that you are still running your airbox and I am running a pod filter so I am wondering if our jetting would be the same  ?

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by Kenny G on 12/22/17 at 16:30:34

Wait until Lancer pipes in. And you can buy the proper jets from him....

Kenny G

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by Yoshi on 12/23/17 at 13:08:42


12213A2221322C2F37400 wrote:
I see that you are still running your airbox and I am running a pod filter so I am wondering if our jetting would be the same  ?


Definetly not, an exhaust tip if baffled does very little

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by Ed L. on 12/25/17 at 15:32:52

Sea level, North East Florida 15 miles inland.
Drop in K+N filter
Drilled out air box door
155 main, 55 pilot jet
Stage 2 cam
lightly ported exhaust port
Stock header
Sporty muffler with 5/8 hole through baffle
2.5 degree spark advance, I ground a slot in the sensor mounting plate and was able to hard advance the spark by moving the pickup.
Raptor pet c0ck

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by LANCER on 12/27/17 at 03:15:38

Henryetta OK: elavation 682'
Slightly modified LS650...
carb: 36VM, UFO, DAJ, Quad wing
Stage 3 cam
Opened exhaust port
Shaved head & cylinder 0.040" total
97 mm Wiseco piston, 11:1 CR
1.75" OD/1.65" ID header
Cone Engineering reverse cone muffler
Lightened flywheel
Barnett clutch Pak & springs
Upgraded F/R suspension
Upgraded front brake
Metzlers F/R
A few visual changes

Title: Re: Post your elevation and setup
Post by LANCER on 12/27/17 at 09:24:30


62514A5251425C5F47300 wrote:
Anyone around the Fort Worth Texas Area running a pod filter and shorty Emgo Muffler that wants to give me an estimate on what jets to buy ?
Thanks



I have a JETSET that contains all you need. ($29.95)  
The LS650 engines are not all the same; similar, but not the same.  Jetting can vary from one to another.  Each has to be jetted and tuned individually.
A Uni filter ($15) and a Dyna or Cone Engineering muffler will work much better than the Emgo shorty.  Just a suggestion.

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