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kawasaki jetting?

ive ordered some jets from my dealer to do my 840 and will have some left over that i will be selling.i will have 3 sets of these main jets.180-185-190-195-200.20 bucks shipped for 5 main jets.
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1 set sold and 2 left.thats 5 main jets from 180 to 200 for teryx stock carbs for 20 shipped in us only.thanks again
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anyone need some jets?
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Hey let me know what you end up doing for your 840. What are you using for an intake and are you running exhaust? I'm currently running stock exhaust on an 840 but should be getting the muzzy from Mickey end of the month.
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well right now i have the muzzy pro with dynateck cdi and will be doing the install on the 840 next saturday.im using stock airbox but will be getting a uni filter with clamp on bracket from hunterworks...if i dont change my mind and then have some holes in the lid for more air.and waiting for mickeys advice on what to do on the clutching.
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Whitey if you using a Dalton kit I would recommend amber primary spring, silver secondary, no rivet and one set screw per weight.

Only change I make with std bore kit is no set screws cause the HP peak is a little higher up



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how high is the engagement?i would like as low as possible or as close to stock as i could get.did you ever get an 820 running yet?i was wondering what you did on the clutch for it?or maybe its the same as what you told me above.thanks again.todd..do you offer a discount for forum members?!!im wanting the airbox mod you have.
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We did no set screws no rivets.

There is a green spring but the amber is better in my opinion. There is a slightly higher engagement but the spring will settle in and if you just gas on it and go like your supposed to you won't notice it.

You want it either in or out not easing in wearing belt as it engages.

Yeah motor is built, putting it in Teryx Moday



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and how much discount for forum members?
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We don't do the discounts for forum members, we price stuff right to begin with but if you buy multiple items you get a discount.



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