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Tr6r Tiger 650 #771531 04/19/19 7:45 pm
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Anyone out there running a single VM32 Mikuni? I'm at about 3,330ft. here in Montana. My chop is a 650 tr6r, with a single VM32, and shotgun exhaust with baffles. I was just wondering if anyone had some jetting and clip position specs for the ole' girl. Wanting to get someone who actually rides one, not just from the books specs.
Thanks[img]http://https://photos.app.goo.gl/6Y5M4khdqAmdnQ9w6[/img]

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Re: Tr6r Tiger 650 [Re: Dave Tomz] #773261 05/10/19 6:21 pm
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Hi Dave, I'd try and post it in the Triumph section if I were you. Lots of clever and experienced people on there, who might seldom frequent this section.


Re: Tr6r Tiger 650 [Re: Dave Tomz] #773270 05/10/19 7:49 pm
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Hi Dave, I'd try and post it in the Triumph section if I were you. Lots of clever and experienced people on there, who might seldom frequent this section.


Re: Tr6r Tiger 650 [Re: Dave Tomz] #773289 05/10/19 10:59 pm
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lol

i took a VM32 off my bonneville when i put on 34s and rejetted it for a 73 suzuki 250

but that's not particularly helpful, i know.

all the advice you're going to get will be tentative because of your elevation.


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