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Old 07-10-2011, 10:44 PM   #1
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Default dynojet on the way.. tips trick suggestions???

Well bit the bullet and ordered a dynojet kit for my 360.. do you guys have any tips, tricks or suggestions for the install?? Or is it pretty straight forward with the instructions? its gonna be all stock for now maybe ill throw a uni filter for now.. i assume ill be using the 150 jet?? am i right?


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It is pretty simple, just follow the instructions and put in what jet it recommends
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Having doubts about gains on a stock quad tho lol..
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Yeah I wouldn't expect to much, alot of quads are jetted to lean from the factory though
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as long as i get my monies worth, got it for 38 bux.. so wont hurt too much lol.. should i get a uni filter or just stick with the stock one? i figure wont do any good if i have a filter with better flow and no performance exhaust...
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I would adjust the pilot screw and leave the stock jets in there,the pilot screw prob has a plug over it and you cant get to it,last three I done had to drill them and pop them out and adjust he screw,also the last 3 they were seated and the screw had never been adjusted and thats why they were all hard to start and didnt idle worth a crap all from factory like that.
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Keep your stock stuff as you'll be putting it back in when you see it runs crappy midrange.

do like he said and adjust the a/f screw out about 2 turns. possibly 1 size larger on the main. don'texpect much. they are fairly close on a/f stock. I dyno them at a whopping 17 rwhp
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So yall recommend not to install the jet kit, just adjust the pilot screw? Leave everything else as it is now? I was gona put the 150 jet and the needle and adjust the pilot, now im bummed
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If VFJ says it. It is true.

If you end up modding the intake and exhaust the jets won't be for nothing.
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so go up a size on the main jet and just adjust the pilot? keep stock needle? I dont expect much but noticed it boggy wot in the mud.. maybe the exhaust mod and the dynojet would of helped.. she runs great just want a little more since im a heavy set lol... thanx in advance guys
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