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post #1 of 2 Old 01-20-2019, 06:27 AM Thread Starter
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Cold Weather Tuning

Hi gang. I recently installed an EHS fuel controller and EHS lid. I like to ride year round in Michigan and Iím wondering if I should add fuel for the colder temps. I have always rejetted my carbureted machines for cold weather, but this is my first fuel injected quad. I assume the principles are the same.

I would normally increase the main Jet by one size, and move my needle up one clip position, so I was thinking about increasing my midrange (yellow), and WOT (red) by a step or two.

Do any of you make fueling adjustments for cold weather riding?

FYI- my elevation is ~600ft and I have stock exhaust.

-Max


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I have auto tune ,I cant say what it does if any thing when it gets cold out there . and winter for me is the time I fix or modify .

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