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2007 Arctic Cat 650 H1 - Carb Problems

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2007 650 H1 with dynojet jet kit. I changed pilot jet to a 42. Now when I let off the throttle it does not return to idle. It takes a noticable amount of time.

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Thanks for your intrest. I did the muffler mod I read in some of the forums. I have 2" snorkels dynatek cdi dynojet jet kit with 42 pilot and 145 main. I put the 42 pilot in when I did the muff mod. Some jetting articles I read said the pilot jet is too small. Have'nt time to mess with it so I was hoping someone had similar problem

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Did u do the slide mod? Make sure the quad is warmed up also so u know your choke is open. That might help. Also make sure your air filter is clean. If you jet now u will have to rejet in the spring.

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yeap slide mod. and it does it after its warmed up. It is anoying when riding, you let off and t keeps going.When I get time I will check for leaks and go through carb again. I will read over " jetting 101"

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