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snake61047 01-14-2012 11:20 AM

Ultra owners air jet?
 
What are your settings on the air jets with slp pipes. I know stock is 1 turn and slp says 1/4 turn. this seams like not enough.

Ultra Willie 01-15-2012 11:23 AM

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Originally Posted by snake61047 (Post 118163)
What are your settings on the air jets with slp pipes. I know stock is 1 turn and slp says 1/4 turn. this seams like not enough.

More info would be good. What size are your mains, pilots, cut away size, clip position.......and of course the manufacturer is going to tell you start rich that way the wash there hands of responsability. I'm running PSIs and I have never went any thing less than factory ( 1 turn ). Depending on tempurature, ambient air, how it's preforming and plugs I haven't been leaner than 1 1/2.

blue avenger 01-15-2012 01:35 PM

Air screw, not fuel. you have to thing in reverse! opening the screw lets in more AIR!

snake61047 01-15-2012 02:43 PM

370 mains stock everything else. I have the clip at the middle position. I was just wondering what everyone else has for settings because I think a 1/4 turn is not enough. It runs ok.

blue avenger 01-15-2012 03:23 PM

not sure, I think mine are at 3/4 & 1

The Gerbil 01-15-2012 06:08 PM

If you go to SLP's website and look up the pipes for your sled there will be an instruction tab at the bottom of the page where you get the description of the pipes. Click on the instruction tab then scroll down to the jetting charts and it should give you all the info you need to set up for your temp. and elevation.

snake61047 01-15-2012 09:03 PM

Ya I got the PDF. I just think it is too rich.

mmgg 01-30-2012 01:35 PM

I think for the air screws the 1 turn(or 1/4) is a starting point,
I think you turn them until you get a max idle speed then turn out a 1/8 turn.
after that you set your idle stop and check it again,,( it takes a couple tries)
This what I was told , it worked for me.


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