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they dont look bad how much time on them? if your looking for lean or rich u might need to run them a bit longer and you want a nice cardboard brown color to them
 

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I forgot to mention that - this was only about 10-15 minutes running it fairly hard. I will run it longer tomorrow.
 

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They look a little on the rich side, which is safer than a little on the lean side! If the sled runs fine, I would leave things as they are, that way you won't have to rejet if the temps come down and you want to go riding!
 

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They look a little on the rich side, which is safer than a little on the lean side! If the sled runs fine, I would leave things as they are, that way you won't have to rejet if the temps come down and you want to go riding!
Sounds good! When I was riding today it was around -30 with the windchill!
 

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Wind chill doesn't really count when it comes to jetting. Jet for actual temps. Wind chill only affects us warm-blooded creatures. The wind will cool things to the air temp quicker, though...

I got my 2-stroke fix today fixing wiffy's sled, first carb-full of fuel had oil in it. It smoked enough I couldn't see the house across the street. PERFECT! :D
 
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