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November 12th, 2007, 04:25 AM   #1
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Jetting Chart

Hi guys... Do any of the husaberg manuals have a jetting chart for a stock bike? I have an '03 FE400. I've taken out about 2 times now and the top end seems to be lean. At first it was bogging really bad and I took the float boal off and found all sorts of crap in there. I cleaned out the bowl/jets/needle and took it for a run and it isn't starving for fuel half as bad as it was but it still seems to run like crap on the top. It's been about 5C both times I took the bike out.

If a bit of a fatter jet doesn't do the trick I'm thinking the way the fuel hoses ar routed could be a problem too. Are they a little too long for everyone else as well? Mine seems to be a bit snakey. There is so much excess that the hose actualy aims up... Anyone have a close up shot of what it should look like?

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November 12th, 2007, 07:17 AM   #2
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RE: Jetting Chart


we have a lot of settings in the doc. the carbs are well known for wearing out the emulsion tube and then running badly. suggest you renew these two items first.


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