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My 2002 MXZ 700 (No DPM, flat-slide carbs) didn't get the gas milage that my buddies 2000 MXZ 700 got with the round-slides. My dealer told me that they made a mistake with the pilot jet size and there would be a fix this coming winter. I e-mailed ski-doo and they said there wasn't a problem. I put 2000 KM's on last winter so it should be broken in. The conditions weren't the best but I was no where near the 15-18 MPG the older 700 was getting. Has anyone heard this? My dealer has tried to order the new jet but he says it's not in the computer yet.
 

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The pilot jet on the 2001(pj 17.5) is the same as the 2002 so i don't see how that is affecting MPG.I would try changing the main jet to suit the condition of the day when you ride.Your jet needle is non-adjustable and your stock main jets should be #510N.I put an aftermarket head on my 800 twin and got another 3 MPG.    Good Luck
 
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