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    Jetting

    Can someone link me the best threadfor jetting, my bike is a stock 1988 tw, the jetting is 40/114. Looking to make it start and run a little between as it seems to be kinda lean.

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    Welcome!! Have you been in the carb already? Have you adjusted the pilot jet out to 2 and 1/2 turns or so? How many miles are on this bike, just curious...
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    Hello and welcome! Lots of reading here for you, scroll down and look at the related threads.
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    Open the pilot jet ( idle mixture screw ) 2 to 2.5 turns and install a brand new #114 jet.
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    I ultrasonic cleaned the carb and used a torch tip cleaning tool to clean the jets, its jetted40/140 with the mixture screw out 2.5 turns, the bike has 5500 miles on it

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    You mean a 40 and a 114, right?
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    I sure do, lol

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    Does it make a difference if you go out a little more on the mixture screw? Bro, what makes you think it is lean in the first place? Hard to start? Long warm up time? Running ragged? Is the plug black? Is the air filter clean and oiled lightly?
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    Hard starting and long warm up time

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