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    2017 Jetting Recommendations

    Just picked up a 2017, like new, 300 miles on her. She is very cold blooded.
    I drilled/removed plug for pilot mixture screw. 2-1/2 turns out it was better but not good.
    What jetting do you recommend for sea level to say 3000 ft, East coast.

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    I live at sea level and ride to 3000 ft. Occasionally up to 7,500 ft. Iíve had very good results with a 130 main jet and a 34 pilot jet. Also two shims on the needle with 2 1/2 turns on mixture screw.
    Results may vary, but thatís what has worked for me for a 2002, 2009, 2012, and a 2016 tw.
    Best of luck, and welcome!
    Last edited by Gastone165; 04-02-2019 at 07:18 PM.
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    Thank you.
    Went to start her today. Started... sputtered.... died. Would not restart. Could not get it restarted. Removed carb took apart. It was spotless. Cleaned jets and passages, reassembled. Tryed to start... nada.
    Pulled plug, dry. Dipped it in gas... put back in.
    Fired right up.
    Added Seafoam to tank, went for a ride. Seamed to run good.
    Time to hunt down those jets.

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    I highly recommend OEM jets.

    Part #s here... https://www.tw200forum.com/forum/tec...et-part-s.html

    Copy paste in search at at place like www.partzilla.com
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    Larry is right on, OEM and Partzilla is the way to go.
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    do those carb settings work on a 08. are the carbs the same?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 400nitro View Post
    do those carb settings work on a 08. are the carbs the same?
    Should be be the same for all carbs after 2001,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gastone165 View Post
    I live at sea level and ride to 3000 ft. Occasionally up to 7,500 ft. I’ve had very good results with a 130 main jet and a 34 pilot jet. Also two shims on the needle with 2 1/2 turns on mixture screw.
    Results may vary, but that’s what has worked for me for a 2002, 2009, 2012, and a 2016 tw.
    Best of luck, and welcome!
    What sort of gas mileage are you getting with this setup?

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    The mileage is good, but I would imagine not quite as good as the smaller jets. I never really checked what it was before I changed them, and haven’t really paid much attention to what my current TW’s are getting for mileage right now. I do know they kick the crap out of my Harley.

    I’m sure someone can chime in on what they’re getting for mileage with the 130 main and 34 pilot jets.
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    I have the 130 main jet, a couple of shims on the needle and a couple of turns out on the mix screw. I get between 70 and 80 mpg on the road, but I'm running 15 tooth front and 47 rear with Bridgestone 203/204 tires. With the carb tuned the engine seems so much more comfortable. I don't have to wind out the engine as much - more power with partial throttle than before.

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