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post #1 of 20 Old 07-07-2005, 05:51 PM Thread Starter
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They come with 2 new slide springs, 6 sets of jets, NEW needles,clips,washers.

Can be used with modded pipe, and Looks like 2 jet sizes extra if an airbox mod was done also. In stock.

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Hey Dan, what size are the jets compared the the stock 122 kehlin (however you spell it)

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hey dan what does the stage 1 description say on the instructions I'm wandering if this will work for my machine I have my own version of a VDI intake which lets in a lot more air and a HMF pipe on the way and a aftermarket 2 stage foam filter from HMF will this kit work for my setup or should I get a stage 2

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114-130 jets. I think the needles are gonna be the big diff, as well as the springs.

You can tune the kit to run with pipe, or intake.. with the needle adjustment and all the mains it has, should be pretty easy.

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can I get a stage 2 kit from you or is Moose not making one I am thinking of doing a set of wieseco's new HotCams for my V2 in the near future

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I think you will need mains up in the mid to high 140s.I did.
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could someone give me a link to that table that has the kehlien to Dynojet mains conversions on it I'm having trouble finding it on a search thank you

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From the sounds and looks of the Moose Jet kit it is just a re-badged DynoJet kit. Anyway to verify this, as it would be needed to be known what brand of main jets the kit comes with. Here is the DJ kit for the cat 650V2.
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The DJ kit comes with much larger jets.

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