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Old 09-13-2011, 04:04 AM
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Yeah I think its running nice The sound of the go pro is also makes things sound tinnier than normal. Definately no hesitation. Wicking the throttle at any speed or any opening results in nice clean response. I've got some more video up in the video section. More of a compliation/ride report. I'm taking GG Evos advice and just not touching it. I really am happy with the power and delivery of this needle and just have a bad habbit of over analysing. Particularly after a big ride, a few too many drinks, and an hour of watching footage!!


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Old 09-13-2011, 07:37 AM
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Hey man! I revisited the N3EH yesterday with good results. 42 pilot, N3EH clip-3, 160 main.

Ran good everywhere, pulled hard too. I will put in a 165 after I get it in the mail. The 160 is too lean with the double taper needle.

In a few days, I should have new top end gaskets coming and I will start tightening up the squish a little.
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Old 09-13-2011, 07:56 AM
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You're a bad influence Bailey! Hahah! My testing with the N3 range is done and dusted. For my conditions it didn't get any better than N3CH/N3EW both clip 2. I'm really digging this NEDW. I feel I can clean it up off idle a bit more with the air screw. I'll run a few plug chops on the main somewhere down the track but don't mind running a bit rich right up top. As long as it doesn't burble.

I was going to start another thread but maybe you could just PM me. Interested in taking some oil out of the fork and wouldn't mind a how to and how much air gap you're running.
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Old 09-13-2011, 02:56 PM
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I got ahold of a NEDH needle. I am currently running N3CH-2, 38 pilot, 175 main on 2011 300 with 38mm carb.

I think I will try the NEDH-3-, 40 pilot and 175 main and see how that works.

Any thoughts?
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Old 09-13-2011, 07:27 PM
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I got ahold of a NEDH needle. I am currently running N3CH-2, 38 pilot, 175 main on 2011 300 with 38mm carb.

I think I will try the NEDH-3-, 40 pilot and 175 main and see how that works.

Any thoughts?
Hi Jeff,

Any reason you didn't get the NEDW? I found with the W diameter and a 40P I get a much more consistant idle than I did with the H and a 38.

I would start with 38 NEDH3/2 172 and start from there. The NEDx range is a triple taper which gets richer as you approach WOT and needs a leaner main. Its also leaner than the N3 range on the intial taper.

I started in clip 3 and burbled onto the needle. Lifting to clip 2 cleaned this up. If I was you, coming from the N3CH#2 I would drop the NEDH in at clip 2 also. Realistically you'll still be a half clip richer than you were in the mid.
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Old 09-13-2011, 09:29 PM
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It takes the N3 series longer to come "on line" than the NO or N1 series. By this I mean that the straight portion of the needle at idle and just of off idle is longer on the N3, which reduces the chances of burbling in that area.

I was running the NOZH clip 1, 42 pilot then changed to clip 2. Lots of burble in clip 2.

For experimentation purposes I then changed the NOZH out, kept the 42 pilot, and put the N3EH in on clip 3. I have a better idle than the NOZH on clip 2. I will drop it to clip 2 next time I can fool with the bike.

With the old style Air Stryker, I have gotten really good at a needle change. I don't even have to spin the carb anymore, I can just unscrew the cap and pop a new needle in there. Takes me about 3 minutes.
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Old 09-13-2011, 09:32 PM
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I have the NEDH because my buddy had an extra and let me borrow it. I will give it a try and see how it works.
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Sweet as Jeff! Look forward to hearing your results!
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Old 09-19-2011, 05:56 PM
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I put in the nedh #2, 40 pilot, 172 main.

I ran practice laps Saturday and I did not like it. Bike had no snap and would not pull clean up top. I had to race on Sunday so I switched back to the n3ch.

I love the way the bike runs with the n3ch.

I am having a problem but I am not sure if it is my jetting/ carburation or if it is my Rekluse. I have had problems getting a consistent idle and the bike stalled on me alot Sunday.

The idle issues are really only with the bike in gear so I think the Rekluse may not be disengaging properly.
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Sorry to hear you didn't like it. The needle definately doesn't have the snappy transition onto the pipe like the n3 range does. Its very linear in its delivery. The 172 is probably still a bit fat on the main. I have considered dropping mine to a 170 because I thought this myself however don't have one yet and have been too slack to order one.
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