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O.K. my question is, can you rejet your carb even if your bike is running o.k. the way it is?? I mean will it give you more power to rejet, or do you tipically only rejet if the carb is not working right. I am looking for more power on the bottom end and thinking of rejetting. Any info would help. Thanks
 

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On any other quad I'd say rejetting when otherwise stock is a good thing, because most other quads come in stock form jetted very lean, which can be bad... but on the Predator, I say don't touch it, because it seems to be setup just right. Rejetting isn't going to help your bottom end. The only thing that will help will be gearing changes (sprockets) or power mods like pipes, cams, pistons, etc.

I heard secondhand that the Air Force kit helps the midrange a lot, but since I haven't ridden a machine with the Air Force kit on it, I can't say for certain.

Rob
 

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Thanks Rob. I don't know if I can do the air force kit now. I have drilled the holes for Uni vents in my air box already. I think the only solution for that problem would be to go to the slip on filter set up which I don't want to do, even though I hear it makes a HUGE difference. I am just looking for a way to wake up my bike. I have done some of the mods mentioned, but I don't seem to be getting the same results others on here are posting. I am kind of at a loss.
 

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Hey mdepdawg did you get your predator at Liberty?
 

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Yeah I did. Don't have much choice around here dealer wise, unless you wanna travel out of town.
 

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If you are running the WB slip-on, K&N and Uni-Vents, I would sugest re-jetting. I have the same setup (5 Uni-Vents) and am up to a 160 main and moved the needle one position up (clip down one) for top end and mid range power. I'm thinking about testing a 162.5 or 165 next, to see if it's going to be too large. I"m also going to run on a dyno, stock to what I have now. I'll get the results posted as soon as I run it.
 
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