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    compresion

    What is the best compression set up (best performance but still reliable) when using a 3 degree key.


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    From what I've heard 155-160. Don't quote me on that, not much into two stroke.

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    +1 . what other mods ?

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    D-plate ,ff, jim's plate,800 grate,reeds,pump sealed,solas 14/21.5,jet works. Just wanted to be well informed before itake any further steps.

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    What rpms you spinning now do you know?

    IMO i would just get a stock head milled 150.. I'm running a 160 and I'm told that it's just a little too much for me so i think i'm going to have to port my ski to drop it to safe range haha.. Oo what a shame porting haha

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    Call Jim's Performance. 150 is a good number for compression.

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    Thanks guys. Will do

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