yoober at gmail.com
Wed Oct 3 09:23:21 PDT 2007
I would like to jump in on this thread while it's on your minds.
My airbox, filter and exhaust are all stock.
I am planning to go to a full system. I want to build for superbike so
I am looking for the lightest system, which I assume is the "deluxe"
M4 full system.
My bike has standard first gen S gearing. Pulls great once you get
rolling but not so great out of slower turns.
So, what should I do with jetting to get a little better midrange
without sacrificing top end? Or what's a good baseline jetting for M4
full system with stock airbox and filter?
On 10/3/07, KC Gager <kc at brgracing.com> wrote:
> We have played with all the needles that are out there. None are perfect.
> But like I said have bring it by and we can get you pointed in the right
> KC Gager
> BRG Racing Products
> "We Have Sickness For Quickness"
> KC at brgracing.com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ernest Montague [mailto:afm199 at earthlink.net]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 03, 2007 8:51 AM
> To: Suzuki SV650 Mailing List
> Subject: Re: jetting
> Actually it is for Ian Gillies, he picked up a bike for the track. The
> factory (Salvisberg) needle is mid clipped AND shimmed 40 thous and I
> think that is wayyy to fat.
> Thanks though.
> One of these days I will get over there. Probably this winter.
> On Oct 3, 2007, at 8:38 AM, KC Gager wrote:
> > Ernie
> > More then likely the needle placement is off. If you want come by 65
> > buck
> > I'll base line it and tell witch way to go on the needle. I'm sure you
> > can
> > change it with out help :-). Reno in most case wants more fuel up
> > there.
> > KC Gager
> > BRG Racing Products
> > "We Have Sickness For Quickness"
> > KC at brgracing.com
> > http://www.brgracing.com
> > (925)672-5789
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Ernest Montague [mailto:afm199 at earthlink.net]
> > Sent: Wednesday, October 03, 2007 8:26 AM
> > To: Suzuki SV650 Mailing List
> > Subject: Re: jetting
> > This is for a friend's bike that he got with 140 mains, a pipe, K&N,
> > and needles from factory. The midrange at Reno Fernley sucks. I
> > think the needles are too high, the mains too small and I am going with
> > either a stock filter for the 140 mains, or 150s with the K&N and
> > pipe. Also shim stock needles 40 thou and change pilot jets.
> > Ernie
> > On Oct 3, 2007, at 8:21 AM, KC Gager wrote:
> >> Was this east cost tuning or was in out here on the west cost. And yes
> >> there
> >> is a difference a big difference.
> >> KC Gager
> >> BRG Racing Products
> >> "We Have Sickness For Quickness"
> >> KC at brgracing.com
> >> http://www.brgracing.com
> >> (925)672-5789
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: Jim Stewart [mailto:js at strappe.com]
> >> Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2007 6:36 PM
> >> To: Suzuki SV650 Mailing List
> >> Subject: Re: jetting
> >> Ernest Montague wrote:
> >>> OK guys, there is a stock formula that used to work pretty well for
> >>> gen
> >>> one carbs with a race pipe and aftermarket filter or opened up stock
> >>> filter....
> >>> Anyone remember?
> >>> 148 mains? I do remember shim the stock needles 40 thou.
> >>> Ernie
> >> Hi, Ernie -
> >> After half a million dyno runs, Jack Roe developed a formula for
> >> desnorkeled
> >> airboxes and race pipe: 152.5 mains, 17.5 pilots, two shims (.040")
> >> under
> >> the
> >> needle, pilot screw at 2.5 (I think). He later recanted and
> >> recommended the
> >> stock 15 pilots and 3 turns. He also recommended drilling out the
> >> bleed hole
> >> in
> >> the slide, but that didn't seem to make any difference on my bike.
> >> It turns out that the desnorkeled airbox is a bad choice for a street
> >> bike -
> >> big
> >> flat spot at 5K or so. Maybe it works for a racebike - others can
> >> surely
> >> tell you.
> >> I have my own preferred settings for a street bike, but you're
> >> interested in
> >> your racebike I assume...
> >> -js
> >> --
> >> http://www.strappe.com
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