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Can someone give me some jetting tips for the east coast, my bike is a 2001 ktm300mxc. Also I will be swapping my clutch hose to a EE steal line, any recommendations as what to use for fluid.
Thanks for the help.



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Bob Brooks

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Jan 6, 2001
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I have an '01 300 MXC here in Illinois, so our terrain and altitude should be similar. For starters, I would immediately go to a smaller pilot jet, a 42. That cleaned mine up quite a bit. I also dropped two sizes on the main jet and I went leaner on the needle clip position. Right now, mine is running pretty clean. A lot of guys change the needle itself, going leaner, but I haven't tried that yet.

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mikecol

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Sep 30, 2000
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Quite a few friends and I are using 40 pilot, 172 main, air screw at 1 1/2 out and NOZI on clip 1 with good results in FL ( sea level and 60-90 deg temps ).

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Mike
2000 Suz DRZ-S
2001 KTM 300EXC
 

dkmccarty5

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Aug 30, 2000
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Cleveland, Ohio - 45 pilot, 168 main, nozh needle (middle position), #7 slide, air screw 1.5 out. throttle very crisp, excellent response.

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Deznut

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Sep 5, 2000
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My altitude is a bit different from yours but I think you still may benefit from my jetting set up. I ride from 3000-5000 ft. I also went to the 42 pilot and a 172 main. The biggest change I made was to the 1367N needle. You can get one from Sudco (www.sudco.com) and they call it a CGH. I recently talked to a guy who rides at sea level and used the same jetting (different needle clip position) and said his ran great too. FMF Turbinecore II also helped and saved 2.4 lbs.

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Pumpkinhead

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Mar 6, 2001
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I've just started to jet mine but here's what I have so far. Also try the link below..lots of excellent information for jetting a 300 on that webpage.

elevation sea level to 2000'
45-pilot
AS-1 3/4 turns out
main-175
NOZI-2nd clip from the top
#6-slide

I may try the 6.5 slide and drop the pilot to a 42. It seems a little sluggish down low to mid. The top screams nicely...no pinging.
http://www.holeshotforum.com/cgi-bin/forumdisplay.cgi?action=topics&forum=Jetting&number=6&DaysPrune=20&LastLogin=

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(formerly XR44ME) Rick

AMA Member
NETRA Member
'00 KTM 300 MX/C
 

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