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2005 Yamaha Raptor 350 jetting questions


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i have a 2005 raptor 350se with a K&N air filter and Baffle removed from stock exhaust and i have a aftermarket cdi

i was wondering what i should jet it to right now its stock and when i fisrt start it up and give her some gas she pops so i need some recommendations on jetting

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I would think it would need jetted pretty close to if you had a pipe on it... my 02 warrior was running a HMF full exhaust and i was running around a 148-150 so probably one or two under that... If i remember i changed the clip position one notch and went one up on pilot jet... I think i still have my jet kit from when i had my warrior... Should be the same carb and jets if you need some... All of this will also depend on your elevation...

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well im not for sure...I think they are jetted a little richer than my warrior was... I was at 148 and i had open air box and full exhaust.... ill do some more looking and c what i can find... What is the stock jetting on them??

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