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XR650L Jetting & Altitude Poll

Postby 4Strokes » Tue May 17, 2016 5:09 pm

Topic: Poll: XR650L Carb Jetting & Altitude - List Yours
Author: Rotorcraft
Posted: 07/15/2008 08:05:59 AM

I wanted to start a thread on jetting size and altitude you ride at to xfxbe able to have a quick reference. I have found it hard to sift through all the reading for just jetting size. Seal level riding, 55/158

Reply by RedDirt Rider on 07/24/2008 10:52:54 AM
800 ft, 55/160

Reply by number11 on 07/24/2008 10:05:16 PM
hey red dirt ride, what mods are you running...stock exhaust? that is the same elevation I'm riding and I'm having some issues with the 158 being too fat...just curious

Reply by RedDirt Rider on 07/25/2008 07:49:29 AM
All the standard suggested mods in this forum with the addition of Supertrapp Quiet series all 12 disks in pulling threw a K&N filter.

Reply by BRich73188 on 07/28/2008 08:32:48 AM
Hey red dirt. I have the same set up as you but with 10 disks. its a little rich. would adding the last 2 disks lean out the mixture? what do you think? and whats your mixing screw at? mines about 1 1/2. thanks

Reply by RedDirt Rider on 07/28/2008 2:31:24 PM
Yes, adding the other 2 disks will lean it out a "little." Right now daily 100 degree Okla. heat has my mixture screw out at 1 1/2 turns.

Reply by BRich73188 on 07/28/2008 2:59:37 PM
I think I might add the disks then. Its not 100 degrees here. more like 75-80. thanks man.

Reply by inthewind on 07/28/2008 10:52:52 PM
New member long time reader. Round of cold beverages and cheers to all the knowledgeable and patient folks that make this site the go-to-site for Honda (at least in my case) information. Everything is here - sources, techniques, references, pictures, explanations, tribal knowledge and it helps to get the manufacturer' service manual. Here's what I did to my newly acquired bone stock 2005 XR650L w/1500 miles: Removed the smog stuff, Yanked the snorkel, Drilled the carb slide, Shimmed the jet needle .025", Re-jetted main jet two sizes up from stock (152 to 157.5), Re-jetted slow jet two sizes up from stock (50 to 55), Pilot Screw - 2 turns out, Installed K&N air filter, Stock muffler exchanged for FMFQ2

Riding around Denver and the foothills, altitude density ranges from 4000' to 8000'. Now my formerly lethargic L runs nice and strong (about shat myself when the wheel popped off the ground during the test ride!). Sorry for rambling!

Reply by InTheRiver on 07/31/2008 10:08:50 AM
160/55 sea Level, Dave's carb mods, desomged, K&N, White Brothers E series 10 disks with aftermarket Stainless steel head pipe.

Reply by kelownaxr650 on 12/24/2008 01:34:33 AM
Removed the snorkel....see......xr650l jetting mistakes,and jetrus jet conversion chart... a 175 keihin is a 158 dynojet! Drilled the carb slide, Shimmed the jet needle .025", Re-jetted main jet from stock (152 to 175)yes a 175, Re-jetted slow jet from stock (52 to 68), Pilot Screw - 2.5 turns out, Installed K&N air filter, Stock muffler exchanged for used supertrap with all discs in(full flow), Stainless XR only header... 1500-2000 above sea level Total cost $260.... you cant rely on the honda shop parts guy for advice,mainly cause they dont know... or stock the big jets!

Reply by Captain Chaos on 12/29/2008 11:15:58 PM
55/158 & 2+- turns. Desmog,desnorkeled,Unifilter stock exhaust. 100' to 3000' elevation riding.

Reply by vivianm on 01/01/2009 7:26:51 PM
sea level - 800m (2400ft) 160 main, shimmed needle, 2.5 turns on small jet but don't know what that one is. if anything, I think its feels a tad rich. I get 38 - 42mpg and the exhaust does collect more soot than I think it should.

Reply by bennett1955 on 03/28/2009 9:11:10 PM
08 Xr 650L Daves mod's ,xr's only pipe ,uni air filter, air box opened up. Pilot 55 main 160. alt. 1500 ' msl.

Reply by fshnrob on 04/07/2009 6:55:42 PM
01 XR650L, Supertrapp, Daves Mod, opened airbox with K&N, running 58/160 at an Alt 760ft

Reply by Chris Velardi on 04/14/2009 7:35:13 PM
I'm just about to do Dave's Carb Mod on my 2007 XR650L with 55/158 jets but I need to find the proper id and od size to shim the needle (I know it is supposed to be between .020 and .030 thick (does anyone have a Loews or Home depo part # for stainless steel washer?) We live at 2000 feet and ride between sea level and 4000 feet. Have de-smogged and removed snorkel, now waiting for delivery of FMF Q4 pipe

Reply by Harley on 05/01/2009 6:37:23 PM
Year: 2008 XR650L
Elevation: 2000FT
Temperature Range: 50--100
Smog (AIS): REMOVED (BLOCK OFF INSTALLED)
PUMP AND CHARCOAL CANISTER REMOVED (CRANKCASE FILTER INSTALLED)
Airbox Modified Top: YES
Airbox Modified Sides: NO
Air Filter: STOCK
Pilot Jet: 55
Main Jet: 158
Needle: SHIMMED .026
Fuel Screw Setting: 2 TURNS OUT
Exhaust Type: STOCK
Exhaust Modified: NO
DAVE'S MODS


NOTE: BIKE STARTS AND RUNS PERFECT (WHAT A DIFFERENCE!!) THANKS DAVE AND BRIAN

Reply by mrscary on 08/16/2009 10:42:57 PM
900ft above sea level in southern California. OEM Keihin carb with 55/160 jets.

Reply by mikehallad on 08/26/2009 1:27:41 PM
4500-10000 ft, 55/160. still tweaking but way better than stock.

Reply by madmac650 on 08/31/2009 09:13:28 AM
55/157.5 | 300-5000ft
However, after reading more about jetting, symptoms of a lean/rich condition and observing my (much less fat) friend repeatedly roast me up the mountainside (same bike/yearw/ a K160 main and nearly identical mods... power wise) I believe it's running lean. My mileage is consistently 45-47mpg. Thought my plug looked good but now thinking it's on the light side. Have new exhaust coming so I will be experimenting with bigger mains for sure.

EDIT/UPDATE: I think I got "lucky"( a good educated guess based on the expert advice here thanks to Dave, Flatfender, old dog and many others) and nailed it! Put on the CZR exhaust and a bigger main jet (165 Mikuni). Ridden enough since (500-600 mi) to check the plug and mileage. I did not overjet based on my 50/50 mild riding mileage, still getting 47 mpg. Plug looks about the same.

This also confirms my doubts about that jet conversion chart. No way thats right. I may even try the next size up Mikuni main. There is absolutely NO WAY a 165 Mikuni is equivalent to a 198 Keihen. My mileage would be horrible and the plug would be black and wet, if it would even run at all, right??. Im not trying to bash the chart or the guy who went to the trouble to post it...just putting my info out there in case someone has trouble jetting because they're relying on that chart. I would have wasted a lot of time if I believed that chart instead of my gut and the real veterans on this site.
Visually and performance-wise, that Mikuni 165 is like a Keihen 160-162.

Reply by dialbore on 09/18/2009 5:05:54 PM
Hi, I own a Honda 2008 xr650L. I have taken all the smog stuff off, my exaust is stock, Im around 6000-7000 ft.
I read in the forms about re-jetting, but, my bike seems to run great. I have not uncorked the air box.
I guess my question is, shall I re-jet? or let it ride? and what would I gain by re-jetting?

Reply by madmac650 on 09/29/2009 08:41:19 AM
Originally posted by dialbore

Hi, I own a Honda 2008 xr650L. I have taken all the smog stuff off, my exaust is stock, Im around 6000-7000 ft.
I read in the forms about re-jetting, but, my bike seems to run great. I have not uncorked the air box.
I guess my question is, shall I re-jet? or let it ride? and what would I gain by re-jetting?

Let it ride. It probably runs great with stock jetting because of your altitude. Factory jetting is very lean for sea level to 3000 ft, but may be perfect for you. The higher you go, the leaner you want to be. If it starts and idles easy, and runs strong...leave it. At least until you change airflow significantly (hi flow exhaust, headers, radical airbox and air filter mods, etc.) The Dave's mods might still be a good idea if you haven't done them. If it seems like it takes a long time to 'warm up'... still hesitates or sputters when you take off to ride after what should be an adequate 5 minute warm up, this is where the dave's carb mods will help you. You will also get snappier throttle response. If you are not experiencing any of these symptoms I would leave it.

Reply by procycletech on 10/17/2009 5:04:02 PM
Michigan,[it's cold here] I don't know what the elevation is but I run a 58 pilot,.036 washers under the stock needle and a 160 main,2 1/2 turns on the fuel screw,uni filter, snorkel removed,two 7/32 holes drilled in the slide and stock exhaust.
It ran really good but with over 50k on the clock it finally crapped the bed today.

Reply by stevenacarter on 11/03/2009 04:58:11 AM
900 feet 05 XR650L-uni-55/158 jetting-Dave's mod's, 15/52 now it eats!!!

Reply by dialbore on 01/17/2010 07:49:24 AM
Thanks Madmac, sorry I have not been on for awhile. I kind of agree with you, its the old saying, "if its not broke, don't fix it " i guess.

Reply by carlespe357 on 01/26/2010 07:09:02 AM
Originally posted by dialbore

Hi,I own a Honda 2008 xr650L. I have taken all the smog stuff off, my exaust is stock, Im around 6000-7000 ft.
I read in the forms about re-jetting, but, my bike seems to run great. I have not uncorked the air box.
I guess my question is, shall I re-jet? or let it ride? and what would I gain by re-jetting?

Hi, I plan to ride at higher altitudes (12,000 feet and higher) and wonder how the bike will react using the stock settings..., have you ridden at higher altitudes? Any experience? I think the same as not needing to put bigger jets if you plan to ride at high altitudes, but am a bit concerned how the bike may react at sea level, as I don't like the idea of having to re-jet every time you go from sea level to high altitude or viceversa. Will the stock settings work fine even if you pull hard at sea level? Thx, Carlos

Reply by OldnTheWoods on 01/29/2010 9:29:38 PM
carlespe, I'm not sure it's reasonable to expect a carbureted motorcycle to work well in conditions as diverse as you indicate. I mean, 12,000 feet difference?! No, you're going to have to re-jet, or do some other things to balance the massive difference between sea-level and 12,000 feet. Sorry, but that's the fact. John

Reply by jjones006 on 01/30/2010 1:39:25 PM
For a big altitude difference without having to re-jet I have read about a guy who put in close-able vents in his air box side panel so he could open up the air box at higher altitudes and close them for lower altitudes therefore cheating on the jetting. I ride from 300ft to over 6000ft and don't really notice a difference in performance, I do notice a difference in popping on deceleration but that's about it.

Reply by jdstamen on 02/08/2010 2:31:16 PM
Just did the Daves carb mod, added Uni filter, removed the smog and removed the snorkel. I have a Big Gun that I just took off after removing the snorkel. It was way too loud! I just replaced it with a Powercore 4. I am basically at sea level and ride the local trails in Southern California that get as high as 5000 feet. I am currently jetted at 55/160 with 2 3/8 mixture screw turned out. Is this correct? It runs smooth, and is much better than before the mods, I just thought it should have more balls. I weigh 220# and have a hard time getting the front end up. I just ordered a 158 main jet, will this make a difference? Total newbie here, just don't know what to expect from the bike. Any help is greatly appreciated!

Reply by carlespe357 on 03/09/2010 12:06:14 PM
Originally posted by OldnTheWoods

carlespe, I'm not sure it's reasonable to expect a carbureted motorcycle to work well in conditions as diverse as you indicate. I mean, 12,000 feet difference?! No, you're going to have to re-jet, or do some other things to balance the massive difference between sea-level and 12,000 feet. Sorry, but that's the fact. John

Hi OldnTheWoods, I thought like you, that a single jet won't stand along such diverse altitudes, but you know what? I was wrong! A couple of weeks ago, a buddy and me went for a test ride with two XR650Ls, one of them was stock XR650L 2009 with no mods at all and the other a 2008 with the mods that you can see detailed below in my signature. We started at sea level and drove up to 16,000 feet. Both of the bikes worked out perfectly! One of them had more power due to the mods of course but non showed any signs of a rich mixture or similar.

I have travelled many years in XR600Rs and XR400Rs in the Andes mountains of Peru due to my work as a tour guide and the XR600Rs have always showed some, not bad mostly, signs of a rich mixture, even after re-jetting with jets ten number smaller. It is the first time for me to ride the XR650L at high altitude and was concerned about having to change jets, as this would have meant taking off the carb, not as easy as with the XR600R or 400R.

Here are some pics of our 6 hour test ride in the Andes Mountains east of Lima, Peru: First stop to put some more gear on.. Time for some excellent local wheat soup... Some views of the route... Now at 16,000 feet... (removed dead pic links)

Reply by redhawk4 on 03/21/2010 09:27:52 AM
Hi, new to the forum, but I found this thread useful when doing research for my XR650l that I bought a week ago, so I thought I should include my data for the benefit of others looking.

07 XR650l, 5000 feet plus, Daves mods 0.022 washer, Unifilter, desnorkeled, stock muffler, 52 pilot/155 main, air screw at 1 1/2 turns out. It runs like a champ, huge improvement over the gutless stock set up.

A 55 pilot would not work for me at my altitude and with my set up, it caused hesitation at mid to high rpm even with the original 152 main let alone the 155. I was surprised by how much the mixture higher up is affected by the pilot jet, something to bare in mind when trying to find your jet combo.

Thanks to everyone for all their contributions on the forum - a great information resource

Reply by Carphunter on 04/19/2010 08:05:40 AM
Anyone tested to see how much diff in a Dave's Mod bike the variation in needle shim affects the whole operation? Wondering how fine tuned a piece of the equation that is. I have a .023 shim in now... looking for something at .03 or maybe just barely over. Just wondering where you feel, or how you can monitor, that change. Oh, 1089 feet. 55, 158, .023 shim

EDIT: Update I played this weekend with a 58 pilot and 160 main, and a slightly thicker shim. Decided after much screwing around that i had to stay at 55 and .023... but I could bump the main to 160. We'll see if it's too rich when it gets hotter out.

Reply by biggreendodge on 04/27/2010 11:13:21 AM
07 xr650L,desmogged,k&n filter, snorkel removed, exhaust gutted, 160 pilot jet,185 main,shimmed .0020.1800ish ft elevation.

Reply by Djr01974 on 05/08/2010 08:27:48 AM
I have a 97 with ids2 with 5 disks , stock motor, smog stuff still on I have a uni air filter. Yesterday I did a rejet I used 55/160 with the mix screw out 2 1/2 turns . Not desnorkled . Bike runs really really good now , the flat spot I had in it as well as the popping or gurgling on decel is now gone . Pulls really good . Im at about sea level or just above but not much . Oh yeah did I mention she has 34k on the clock!

Reply by Onlyalad on 06/20/2010 10:04:55 AM
Averaged 17 entries: Slow jet 55.8, Main Jet 159.7, Pilot Screw 2.1 turns, Altitude 1900 feet (12 <2000)
I was hoping that this would help me sort out my carburetor woes, but sadly it has not. Easy start, idles fine, good low end power, stalls under hard throttle. Any advice would be welcomed. If I need to replace the jets, and someone could suggest sizing, and source it would be appreciated. 1995 XL650R 7.5k miles,160/50, 2.25 turns, 3600ft, De-snorkled, Supertrapp 6 disks, Uni Filter, Daves Carb mods (Dyno-jet Needle 3rd ring with washer underneath)

Reply by SpudRider on 11/10/2010 5:13:25 PM
Originally posted by Onlyalad

...Easy start, idles fine, good low end power, stalls under hard throttle. Any advice would be welcomed. If I need to replace the jets, and someone could suggest sizing, and source it would be appreciated. 1995 XL650R 7.5k miles,160/50, 2.25 turns, 3600ft, De-snorkled, Supertrapp 6 disks, Uni Filter, Daves Carb mods (Dyno-jet Needle 3rd ring with washer underneath)

I sounds as if you might be running rich on your main jet. I encourage you to try one size smaller on the main jet, and see if the hard throttle response improves. You can get a size 155, Keihin, main jet from Rocky Mountain ATV, or your local Honda dealer. Spud


Reply by SpudRider on 11/10/2010 5:23:59 PM
I own a 2005, Honda XR650L with 8,200 miles on the odometer. I live at 4,600 feet above sea level, and ride to elevations as high as 9,000 feet above sea level. My bike's carburetor, airbox, and exhaust system are completely stock; I have not made any alterations. I have a size 50S, pilot jet, and a size 152, main jet. Whether the engine is hot, or cold, my bike starts easily, and warms up quickly. The engine performs well at all throttle settings, and I am getting a consistent 50-mpg. I plan to leave things as they are. Spud

Reply by bbultema on 12/10/2010 4:24:35 PM
Here we go: 500', Drilled the carb slide, Shimmed the jet needle .025, Re-jetted main jet from stock (152 to 158), Re-jetted slow jet from stock (52 to 55), Pilot Screw - 2.0 turns out, Installed K&N air filter, Removed Snorkle, XR's Only muffler, Runs 200-250 degres 45 mpg runs good,cold be a tad rich.

Reply by reltor on 01/04/2011 3:12:59 PM
93 XR650l. 500-1200'. Cobra mid pipe and silencer, header welds ground-hi-temp powdercoat, de-smogged - IMS kit, Dave's Mods - needle shimmed .025, 58/160 jets, Air-Screw 1 turn out. Pilot jet seems rich, air screw when all the way in does not affect idle, fuel smell at idle, Main jet seems good according to the assometer.
93XR650L.jpg

Reply by Harley2010 on 02/24/2011 5:59:44 PM
Dave's Carburetor Mods. Removed the smog pump. I cut the smog pipes off at the fittings to the exhaust ports, plugged both with JB weld and bolted both back to the exhaust ports. Removed the air box snorkel. Installed a K&N filter. Drilled the carburetor slide holes out to 5/32" diameter. Needle shimmed approximately .032. 55 Keihin pilot jet and a 152 Keihin main jet. Airscrew 2 turns out. Elevation approximately 1000' Fort Hood, TX

2007 XR650L. K&N Air Filter. Renthal 14 Tooth Front Sprocket. Performance 48 tooth Primary Drive Steel Rear Sprocket. Western Power Sports Universal Tail Light. PC Racing Flo Stainless Steel Oil Filter. MSR Folding Shift Lever. Bridgestone ED03 and ED04 Gritty Tires. Renthal Aluminum Banshee handle bars (all cables reached after rerouting). Pro Grip Red Lever Grips. Pro Taper Pillow Top Lite MX Grips.

Reply by ramey36 on 05/04/2011 6:22:58 PM
93 XR650L. Just did Dave's mods. Haven't started it up yet because I'm still deciding on jetting. Bone stock exhaust, 5/32 drilled slide, K&N filter, baffle removed, 1400' elevation, GASOHOL. The biggie is gasohol. PS, reltor, your bike looks awesome. Same year as mine. Mine doesn't look as awesome.

Reply by 2005XR650L on 11/16/2011 08:05:32 AM
2005 XR650L - all the Dave's Carb Mods: needle shimmed .030, 55/162 (keihin jets), @3500' temps at present are in the 40's/f de-smogged, uni, de-snorked, big gun quiet series full system, works connection fuel mixture screw out 1.75 turns. Bike runs and starts puuurrrrfect; head temps in the 240-260's/f. Good power on the on ramps, does not lug or chug on the trails' very smooth with controllable, predictable power band. Thanks 4Strokes.com & Thanks Dave.

Reply by Rider11x on 01/18/2012 9:59:17 PM
2012 XR650L, all stock intake, motor, and exhaust. 1200' of elevation. 115 miles on the ticker. Pilot #55, Needle Factory Pro titanium needle with clip in position #3, Main #155, A/F screw 2 turns out. Just made these changes and test ran in 20 degree temps. Ran good. Will report back as temps climb.

Reply by d.munoz84 on 01/23/2012 4:34:02 PM
58/160 uni pod filter/FMF power core 14 tooth up front stock sprocket in back 42 MPG and pulls the front tire in 3rd with ease

Reply by condershire on 05/08/2013 8:57:18 PM
2012 XR650L, 5,000 feet (Albuquerque, NM), UNI foam filter, everything else stock (at least for the engine), 15/42 gearing. 50/155, perfect! I tried going with a larger pilot jet (52) and shimming the needle, but it was just too rich for this altitude. After learning some more about CV carbs, I figured I would leave the fatter main jet in, remove the shim, and drop the pilot back to stock. Worked like a charm! Almost forgot, A/F screw is just a hair under 2 turns out!

Reply by mr.moto on 06/12/2013 08:36:22 AM
HELP! I'm at 8,750 in Colorado and ride over 12-13,000 passes for my weekend trips and my 08 XR650L overheats and sputters and sighs every time I ride. Can't figure this carb out.

FMF Q2 pipe, UNI filter, Snorkel removed, De-smogged

I have a FMF Power Up kit sitting here but I don't think going richer will help. Not sure what size jets are in it right now - I'll have to remove them and see (bike's previous owner messed with bike a bit so they could be huge jets right now).

What size jets should I be using for this high altitude?

Reply by Bistineau on 06/16/2013 04:27:41 AM
Does anyone know what the orifice size is for the 55 pilot and 158 main jet is? I have a large drill bit selection with many smaller bits and was thinking to just drill the stock ones to the right size instead of ordering them. It's not a money matter just a time saver to get them right, rather than going the next size over, trying it, then taking it out to drill larger again over and over. Any idea what the diameter of these jets are?
I checked at the local Honda shop yesterday and they don't have/can't get. They couldn't even find a part number for the pilot. They could get me a 157.5 main, but only in 4 packs and I only need 1. I have already done all of Dave's carb mods with the exception of the jet change, now I need to change or drill out the jets.

Reply by Bistineau on 06/24/2013 07:59:05 AM
Originally posted by Bistineau

Does anyone know what the orifice size is for the 55 pilot and 158 main jet is? I have a large drill bit selection with many smaller bits and was thinking to just drill the stock ones to the right size instead of ordering them. It's not a money matter just a time saver to get them right, rather than going the next size over, trying it, then taking it out to drill larger again over and over. Any idea what the diameter of these jets are?
I checked at the local Honda shop yesterday and they don't have/can't get. They couldn't even find a part number for the pilot. They could get me a 157.5 main, but only in 4 packs and I only need 1. I have already done all of Dave's carb mods with the exception of the jet change, now I need to change or drill out the jets.

I guess no one has the answer to this question. If they do they are keeping it to themselves. Looks like I will have to order some and find out for myself.

Reply by joexr on 06/30/2013 6:31:01 PM
55 jet is .55 mm, 158 would be 1.58 mm and so on.

Reply by Bistineau on 07/03/2013 05:23:13 AM
Originally posted by joexr

55 jet is .55 mm , 158 would be 1.58 mm and so on.

Thanks for the clarification Joe. I wasn't sure how they had the numbers rated as to size of the jets. This will help alot. The 55 pilot jet will be 1/64" diameter, or 0.02165", and the main 158 will be 1/16" diameter or 0.0622". I believe I have those two sizes of drill bits in my index. I'll pull the carb this weekend and drill out the jets to those sizes and give it a shot.

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Re: XR650L Jetting & Altitude Poll

Postby quickid71 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 8:47 am

Hey guys, just picked up a 2014 XR650L with 4,000 miles on it. I'm having trouble with the WOT stutter that others have encountered as well. The bike is bone stock with no modifications. Carb had the factory 50/152 jets in it. I tried the 155 and 158 mains to see if they made a difference as most guys say the factory jetting is on the lean side. The 155 and 158 both made it worse which would indicate that I'm on the rich side, even with the factory jets. Has anyone ever had to go down in size from the factory jets? 2500 feet of elevation here. Thanks for the help. -Dallas

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Re: XR650L Jetting & Altitude Poll

Postby JoeRC51 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 3:42 pm

Start simple. Try pulling the inlet restrictor from the intake opening under the seat , it will get more air.

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Re: XR650L Jetting & Altitude Poll

Postby quickid71 » Tue Sep 05, 2017 9:20 am

Thanks Joe. I had already removed the snorkel at this point. It seemed to help slightly.

I played with the jetting and found going to a 150 main was the ticket. Running like a champ now. I put a little over 400 miles on it over the holiday weekend.


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