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Old 11-25-2016, 09:21 AM
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Default 2000 MM700

I recently picked up a 00' MM700 it has 4600mi and is in great condition. The guy I got it from rode it at 10,000ft and it has been jetted and clutch mods for that elevation. I will be riding it at 4,000-7,000ft. The clutch has the GWG spring and I have not removed it to see what rivits it has for weight. The jets I will obviously change (would stock be about right on the mains and pilots) It also has from what I can tell a Sno-stuff rumble can. Any in put or suggestions appreciated . TIA

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Some place I have the information you are looking for. I'm going to have to find it so hang on.
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That would be great!!!
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My 2000 MM was set up as follows,

6,000 to 8,000 ft 100% stock no pipes.

Mains, #1 - 133.8, #2&3 132.5
Piolet jet 57.5
Fuel screw 1.5 -2
Needle 1.5
clutch- Standard

I rode this stock sled every where from 4,000 feet to 10,000 and never changed a thing and it never missed a beat.

you might look this over.
http://www.zenitram-inc.com/kgmz.htm
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Thanks for the info. I talked to another guy he said to try


#1 138.8
#2-3 137.5
55 pilot
np-2.5
1 3/4 turn


I found the specs for a stock clutch and got a softer spring also now I just have too take it off and see what the weight are (hoping its still all stock and I can just change the spring)
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Sounds to me he was a little lower elevation and colder weather. Maybe pipes.
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Any Yamaha dealer can look up your elevation and temp and tell you the stock specs on jetting and clutching.
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The jetting is kind of complicated. It is based on both temperature and altitude. It is not practical to tune to the level that the manual calls for if you live in the mountains. Yamaha calls for different jets every 20degF (from -40 to +60) and every 1500ft. Typically I ride from 2500 ft to about 6500ft from 0F to about 35F. I set mine for the lowest altitude and temperature I am likely to encounter in a season. Setting up the richest practical setting. If you want I can send you the scanned page. Its going to require a little effort on my part to get my scanner working.
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put a compensater from holztmann on it and no more jetting worked great on my 700 mm
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