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Old 01-18-2017, 05:55 PM
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Default 2013 iqr 600 high altitude jetting

Here is my jetting for my 2013 iqr 600
Stock motor 91 octane pump gas 10,000ft 20°-50°
Timing on E at, i was told D possible at 10,000ft by Indy Specialty but E is plenty quick and safe for me. It a big difference over G, i was told E safe at 10,000ft and go D if feeling brave
*Edit timming is back on G, i realized i was pinging every couple laps in this one corner so decided to just go back to G and forget about it. I like running pump gas and don't really care about a couple hp but do care about my motor lasting long.
300 mains
#1 clip position
40 pilots
1.5 turns out fuel screw
Everything else is left stock

Im also running the 10-AL 52.3 gram weights

Sled rips hard, i had it set up leaner but new that my 2010 pulled harder so I decided to try different set up. I never jetted my 2010 cause I bought it already in perfect state of tune for 10,000ft. I was told 280s would be rich and i could go 270-260 on a 2013. They were way lean, the 300s feel perfect to me at my house at 9100ft, so could probably get away with 290s up higher, but I love riding around the hood when it snows so im gona leave mine alone. What really helped was going from clip .5 to clip position #1. It woke up the mid range like crazy. It feels way faster than my 2010 with new jetting, before it was starving for fuel in mid range and the 280s were providing no relief on the overlap. I might go back to 280s late spring when it warm and can ride up high safely, but will never touch clip again. I tried clip one and 280s and 300s pull harder. I will only use 280s if it gona be like 60°

Nathan at JS was a huge help in getting me started
John over at Indy Specialty was a huge help in getting my final set up on spot

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