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predator500TLD

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I'm think the the throttle response is weak on my Outlaw 500. I have 145 on main jet and 37.5 pilot jet. Pilot screw is still plugged in the carburetor. I ride 305ft over sea level.  Any tips on a stock jetted carburetor? Stock air intake and stock exhaust also. Go up to 150 on main and bigger pilot jet?
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Fossil85

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An after market pipe will really help your outlaw.  A friend had an outlaw 500 that was stock, and I was amazed at the difference after he piped and jetted it.   The throttle response was amazing compared to stock.  I don't know if re-jetting will help much without a pipe, but it doesn't hurt to try I suppose.
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predator500TLD

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Ok I wonder if any mod with the lid makes any difference? I have seen lids with hole in them or if the lid is taken off the airbox
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Jetting a stock outlaw will only require a slight main jet adjustment and maybe your pilot screw adjustment . the lid off will do a little but your still fighting the flow of the stock pipe. Your gain will me very minimal. Get a decent pipe and then look at lid mods and different air filters  like UNI , k&n, or a pro flow set up , or just skip that and convert to a FCR  from a 525 or something else, like yfz or any 39 , 41 mm fcr. it's not that hard to do.
To save time on tuning add a a/f meter set up like this .
http://www.wide-band.com/product-p/apsx_d2n.htm

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