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    bnasty's Avatar
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    Apr 2007

    Triple fuel pump: High speed screw settings?

    What do you guys think? For example: SLT750 is P 3/4, C 1/2, M 1...the whole purpose of this was there was a single outlet pump from factory. Installing the triple outlet, do you keep the same settings? Just food for thought...

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    johnsonmtz's Avatar
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    Oct 2006
    Mt. Zion Illinois
    My vote is to keep factory settings as they are usually "safe". Ride for a while and then check your piston wash. Then, if the pistons look too clean you can adjust as necessary. 'Tis much better to be rich than to go lean and burn a hole


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