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i have a Polaris Phoenix 200 and i want to add a jet kit on it for my girl is it hard? about how much more power would i get from it?

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What have you done to it that you have to reJet???????? Normaly,,,,,Stock Bikes do not need a Rejet unless you have purchased a used one and they came from some Rediculous Elevation....If you have Purchased an aftermarket Pipe you will need to Rejet and those usually come with a Recommended Jet to use...Putting on an Aftermarket carb will do the Same....Have you Done a Plug Chop to even know you need to rejet??? How do you know that you just dont need to Play with the Needle??? What does your Spark Plug look like?? Is that thing a Two Stroke???

One more thing.........THERE IS NO WAY TO JET A BIKE ONLINE!!!! We cannot tell you what jet to use....You will just have to play with it and hope you dont lean it out to much....:wink:

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What have you done to it that you have to reJet???????? Normaly,,,,,Stock Bikes do not need a Rejet unless you have purchased a used one and they came from some Rediculous Elevation....If you have Purchased an aftermarket Pipe you will need to Rejet and those usually come with a Recommended Jet to use...Putting on an Aftermarket carb will do the Same....Have you Done a Plug Chop to even know you need to rejet??? How do you know that you just dont need to Play with the Needle??? What does your Spark Plug look like?? Is that thing a Two Stroke???

One more thing.........THERE IS NO WAY TO JET A BIKE ONLINE!!!! We cannot tell you what jet to use....You will just have to play with it and hope you dont lean it out to much....:wink:

When you buy a quad or bike stock it comes jetted to run at sea level. The quad that I bought in Denver (5280ft above sea level) was jetted for sea level. I set the jets to run in the range of 7,500ft to 10,000ft. (thats what most the trails are around) This made a huge difference. And you do not have to rejet just for a slip-on exhaust. I put my 2 Brothers M7 pipe on and did not have to change a thing. No backfiring, nothing at all. I put a FMF on my wife's Rhino. No rejetting, a huge plus on levels of the spectrum. Just tell your mechanic what elevation range you ride and they should be able to get you the right jet.

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