That is friggin awesome, I love the part when the four wheeler gets ahead of you and you accelerate to catch up. The trees go by like a blur. The sound is better than I expected. I may take you up on the cell phone offer when and if I get in a bind.
As I understand it, the coil kit makes you run a little lean which you expalin by moving the needle up one notch or re-jetting one size is this correct? I may just order the coil kit now and re-jet once.
BTW what type of mounting system do you have to hold the camera so steady?
Thank you. Yes it is fun to let the Vinson get to where he thinks he has me, then come racing up with the Muzzy's screaming. The Vinson is a 500 and runs pretty well asle. It has a HMF Slipon, Dynojet kit, K&N filter and it runs good. Just not good enough.
I am only assuming that the coil and hotter spark is shy I had to richen up the midrange. I went to position 3 on the needles. Whatever the case, the machine is really running well. All that video with the exception to the last part on the road I was in low gear. The Dalton OD Clutch cover lets me get to 38MPH in low now and at 38 the rev limiter has not kicked in yet. I used to hit the rec limiter at around 32 or so. (32 and 38 indicated on Speedo) That is a HUGE benefit of the OD cover for me. I needed more mph in L. Also, remember that in the video, a good part of the performance is how well adjusted my CVT belt is and how well the Dalton Clutch Kit performs. It makes a HUGE difference for my machine. Night and day as far as quickness to accelerate and also decelerate as you can see in the video. Next time I ride, it will be with 3 tricked out 2x4 Kawasaki, Suzuki machines with cams and exhaust systems, then we will see how quick I really am.
As far as rejetting once... I rejetted main jets 7 times, tried the needles in positions 1,3 and 4 and many different idle mixture screw settings, and not until I got the WEGO III air/fuel ratio meter was I able to bring it all together and make it run like it is now. I got it close with the NGK meter, but the midrange leanness was a lot harder to diagnose with the NGK for me. With the WEGO, I just look at a graph. For instance below is a graph of when I had the midrange needles in position 4 which was to rich. Lower numbers are rich, higher lean. I am shooting for 12.25 or so. The graph below shows a tiny bit lean idle mixture screw, very rich midrange and a little bit lean main jet. (The big lean spike is going down my steep driveway and feeder road)