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Just wondering what should I put for jets in my 04 gade 800HO ridding at 6000'-8000' ? I currently have a flatlander stock setup...
 

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Revagade said:
Just wondering what should I put for jets in my 04 gade 800HO ridding at 6000'-8000' ? I currently have a flatlander stock setup...
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Sorry DPM. I'm tired.
 

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C'mon, anybody? currently jetting is 400, should I go 390? 380? I have DPM but I'm sure that I could go a bit lower than stock...
 

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Your 400's will work fine without incident. I ran mine down to 380's last year and had good luck with that as well. Your splitting hairs here as noticable HP gain felt very slight to me.

Better have Joeys clutch kit installed though! That you will notice if it's on board your sled.
 

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For what it is worth i ran 380 in my 04 800 gade. Com. ratio is lower in the MX-Zs so 380 m. j. will work fine, be careful when down low no wide open throtle runs. I have gone as low as 370 m. j. You should gear down and clutch it . Dynomoe Joes kit is very user friendly to tune, with only a pin weight change.
 

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Ski-B said:
For what it is worth i ran 380 in my 04 800 gade. Com. ratio is lower in the MX-Zs so 380 m. j. will work fine, be careful when down low no wide open throtle runs. I have gone as low as 370 m. j. You should gear down and clutch it . Dynomoe Joes kit is very user friendly to tune, with only a pin weight change.
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What elevation was that at? I'm geared 21/45 and I have a spare 19 if I need to go lower but I think I'll be OK.
 

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I rode mine at 6000-8000ft. with 19-43 or2.263-1 ratio, 21-45 or 2.142-1 ratio would be ok also.
 

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No need to change jets with DPM. Yes, it works perfect. I admit I jetted down one but that was for all elevations. DPM will compensate for the altitude.
 

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No need to change jets with DPM. Yes, it works perfect. I admit I jetted down one but that was for all elevations. DPM will compensate for the altitude.
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I know but DPM adjusted for safe motor operations at -20 C and bad fuel so it's possible to go leaner if the temps are higher and using good premium fuel...
 

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Revagade said:
04renegade600ho said:
No need to change jets with DPM. Yes, it works perfect. I admit I jetted down one but that was for all elevations. DPM will compensate for the altitude.
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I know but DPM adjusted for safe motor operations at -20 C and bad fuel so it's possible to go leaner if the temps are higher and using good premium fuel...
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Sure but that has NOHTHING to do with higher elevation. Any change you make will be good for any conditions as DPM will compensate for elevation and temp changes. I dropped one size on mine becuase it was a improvement that was proved to be safe on a 03/04 600HOs.
 
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