You can start with the pilot jet and take it up till having yur pilot screw set out 1 1/2 turns is the best setting.Once that's taken care of you can raise the needle one slot at a time till your at the bottom,if you get that far.Then you can step up the main till the bike starts to stumble at 3/4 to WOT on an uphill run.Jets are cheap.You can step up to a #40 on the pilot and work from there.The next step up on the main from the 110 is#115.You can get that and go from there if you need to.HOws that sound?
I run the stock pipe and silencer, Jetting came spot on from the dealer (Lansing Cycle) I went to a 46 tooth rear to smooth out the available power. I have not seen to many riders than can truly ride a 200 to its max :flame: For me the stock 200 is the most raceable out of the crate bike I have ever riden.
I ride alot of sand, hills and tight woods.
If you want to go fast you got to use the loud handle :aj: