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New to Colorado Jetting set up advise
Last Post 24 Mar 2017 01:18 PM by Dave. 1 Replies.
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14 May 2015 09:12 AM
    Hi, new here in Monument Colorado and need to set up my Honda CRF 450X. The Air box is open on top, stock muffler, JD jetting needle, clip 3rd from top. I put in a 160 main jet and using a 45 pilot jet. Also put on a Boyesen Quickshot 2. I have not had time to take it out for a ride yet. I was just wondering if this seems close to what I should be running, thanks. P.S. does anyone ride the area called Rampart? I thought I might give it a try.
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    24 Mar 2017 01:18 PM
    I'm new to this site and also to trail riding. Just wondering what your trail riding experiences have been like here in Colorado. I've been riding 717 and Penrose, and have Rainbow Falls and Texas
    Creek on my list for the near future.
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