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post #1 of 11 Old 07-17-2009, 11:55 AM Thread Starter
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For a 2008 650 h1 live in Canada just snorkel
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You can buy both directly from the manufacturer. In fact, I think that's the only place you can buy the Dial A Jet is through them. Dynojets are found all over, but I bought mine right from them directly.
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The dial a jet can also be had from speedwerx and the dyno jet can also be had from speedwerx as well as many other places.

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You should buy the new intellijet instead of the dial a jet. Ijust finished testing the new jet system and can not believe I got more power out of this 500m. I use to run the dial a jet but when I went deep it would take in water so I stopped running it. Lon from TPI called me a while back to try this Intellijet and see what I think. AWESOME... I have it snorkled to the top of my racked radiator and can go chest deep with no problems. You can adjust on the fly from lean to rich (about 7-10 jet sizes) with a twist of a knob. I take off at the riches setting in second high (having to lean over my bars to keep the front down) and spin down to lean for top end. At 20 mph in high 5th I can break the 30 inch zilla's in rooster tails on gravel and it pulls very hard to the top (60 + mph). I have many other mods the may potentiate these results but I can honestly say I have never seen my bike respond like this. WOW!

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You should buy the new intellijet instead of the dial a jet. Ijust finished testing the new jet system and can not believe I got more power out of this 500m. I use to run the dial a jet but when I went deep it would take in water so I stopped running it. Lon from TPI called me a while back to try this Intellijet and see what I think. AWESOME... I have it snorkled to the top of my racked radiator and can go chest deep with no problems. You can adjust on the fly from lean to rich (about 7-10 jet sizes) with a twist of a knob. I take off at the riches setting in second high (having to lean over my bars to keep the front down) and spin down to lean for top end. At 20 mph in high 5th I can break the 30 inch zilla's in rooster tails on gravel and it pulls very hard to the top (60 + mph). I have many other mods the may potentiate these results but I can honestly say I have never seen my bike respond like this. WOW![/b]
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http://www.thunderproducts.com/IntelaJet.htm

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Dial-a-jet will limit you to engine size and performance (fuel supply) as it was told to me. For open-ended tuning go with Dynojet, then you can always go to a big bore! lol Direct to the manufacturer is always good!

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Found dynojet kit at my ac dealer thanks for your help Arctic chat rocks thanks
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