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Old 11-08-2009
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Is anyone else running 38mm carbs on there xlt.my set up had pipes on it but I'm going back to stock and wondered if the 38mm carbs will work ok. After rejetted of coarse. Thanks
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Certainly will, I believe the XLT SP's came stock with 38mm
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XLT sp's came stock w/ 38 since 95
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Just revert back to the stock jetting and you'll be fine.
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1996 the XLT SP came stock with 38's. Every year prior they were 34's. Also in 1997 the XLT got 38's as well, every year prior they had 34's.
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Good deal thanks. One less thing I half to switch out. I do have the 34's too but 38 just sounds better!
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Depending on the porting, the 38's may work better or worse. Larger carbs are typically meant for more top end, especially on the piston ports. With the rotary/reed valve motors larger carbs are made viable at low end with the valves controlling the airflow. Unless your sled is made to run the 38mm's you'll probably notice a little less snappiness on the low end.
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