Botched Re-jet for high altitudes?
scapco at ecentral.com
Fri Mar 30 13:02:18 PDT 2012
IIRC, if they used the jet kit springs, that is the culprit. They
need to sue the original springs.
On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 1:44 PM, Mark Reckinger <marque at copper.net> wrote:
> My son, who’s living out in Longmont, CO, just had “Rocky Mountain Kawasaki” rejet his 94 GPz for its new altitude (was a Minnesota bike). He’s now reporting that his low end power is nearly gone…plenty of high RPM punch though. The bikes not really ride-able in this state. It had a mild ignition advancer installed long ago, doubt that this is a factor. More likely the dealer botched it. Does anyone have the jetting recipe for this bike at these altitudes?
> Thanks in Advance!
> Mark R
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