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    A gutted slush box at your elevation?!?!? That a recipe for a lean burn down.
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    Ya kind of why I never did it on my old mountain max. That guy who had the sled before with the blown motor would have been riding around the same elevation, maybe thats why it was jetted a bit richer on the mains?? But a bit leaner on the pilots?? That I don't get.... my book calls for 57.5 on the pilots and if he was running those psi's with a 52.5 pilot could that have contributed to crank bearing failure?? And he said he put 5,000km on it like that no problem..... I figured these ol red heads would go longer then that? But maybe not if it's all mountain riding?? And no maintainence??

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    Hey thanks seems to be I am close with jetting. I was reading that think wow I am way off.... thheeenn I seen it was for sea level haha! I will also follow that clutching thread on there I would love to play around with clutching it seems it didn't grab the belt hard enough last year a friend of mine suggested cleaning the clutch sides with a scotch bright pad. But look forward to dialling in that clutch. It was revving about 8000ish rpm with stock pipe. Sound about right??

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    Is that 8000 on the stand?
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    No on the snow

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    Well the snow has fallen early here in the north okanagan of BC took the ol girl around the back yard and it runs really good. For a backyard run of course. Don't worry I haven't forgot about taking a picture of alpine bliss haha. It's getting closer to that time of year! Can't wait looking forward to try this thing out in the mountains compared to the bone stock 97 I had.

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    One thing I did notice was my grip and thumb warmers weren't working........ I'll have to look into that. Looks like they just opened up the local trails here up the mountain. Low snow conditions..... But non the less might get out this weekend and see what bolts I forgot to tighten

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    Cool project. Don't know why, but I can't see any of your pictures?

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