edfmaniac wrote:Lots of info around here about stock jetting. Idle circuit too lean and mains are too rich from the factory.
starfield181 wrote:edfmaniac wrote:Lots of info around here about stock jetting. Idle circuit too lean and mains are too rich from the factory.
Does opening out to 6 turns richen or weaken the fuel/air ratio? I would assume (hope) the former given the quote above. My gut feeling is that its too weak at that point.Raising the needle might also help. That should be possible with out removing the carbs?
starfield181 wrote:Did a day visit to the Woodbridge Inn MZ camp yesterday and met up with a few old friends. Got chatting about 660 motors and I was told by one long time (from new) Mastiff owner that all of these models tend to pop/bang as standard - something he just puts up with. He also said the Skorpions do not seem to suffer from this problem even though they appear to have the same motor and carb. Don't know what if any difference there is in the jetting between the Baggie/Mastiff and the Skorpion.
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