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Tell me if you think a 50cc acc. pump shot would benefit me on a completely box-stock 04779 750 DP..

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I have been doing tons of research to sort it all out, but as they say, you dont know the things that you dont know..Is there any carburator finagling that is truly worth it for my set up, or is the 4779 already in parameter? I know theres tons of opinions but...

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Old 10-03-2009, 03:19 AM
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I wouldn't expect this combo to need a 50cc pump. I've used the 50cc on similar combos on the front of 750-780-800 vacuum secondary's but not DP's. You should only need to tune jetting, pump shooter, and pump cams in your case.
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if your not having bog issues etc. theres no need for it.
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thanks guys for the info
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