v force john clutch mod does od cover in the deal its the way to go
I have the VFJ 3 clutch, new belt, dynatek CDI, dynatek coils, twin exhaust w/equal legnth pipes, dynojet kit, air box mod, all done and I am working on Jetting
I used the dynojet springs and needles #2 on the clip I started out with
a DJ 134 / 138 it was lean I went 142 / 146 and so on now I am at a Keihin 170 front and rear and it runs good, but it seems to only run about 45 mph am I to rich? I am going to drop down to a 150/150 Keihins and see if I can get some more top end. I dont have an A/F gauge ( I am at 6000' in Colorado ) any ideas?
I opened the existing opening to 3" x 4" like you told me.First off I should ask what you have done to the airbox and if you can explain the entire setup.
Second, Does that exhaust have 02 bungs welded in it?? if not. for your sake I'd have 2 welded in each header and pick up an LM-1 to tune it with.
You'd be suprised how easy tuning will become when you know what you are rich/lean. the needle could be what's messing with you. have you changed out the pilot. I use a 40, but at your altitude.
it's also invaluable for trouble shooting.
I don't think the DJ springs would affect it as much as the needle would.