Blaster build help

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    Recently just finished rebulilding my 04 blaster new 240 kit, keihin 33mm pwk, aluminum high performance airbox, I have my pilot (jet size 50) and main jet(jet size 158) running perfectly, wot is with in 2-4 mm of dark brown-black, but im at a total loss with jetting the needle end, once warm it bogs out around 1/2-3/4 throttle at gears 4 and up, tried the needle all between 5th-3rd clip and no help anywheres also had the gearing up at 14-39 dropped down to 14-40 to see if that was the issue to no help, please leave your input
     
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    Pro circuit platinum with a 304 silencer v force 4 reeds, stock needle that came with the carb "made for a blaster" and the 240 had porting done and 3 exhaust ports
     
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    Figured out my own problem, floats were to low, raised 1-2mm and ran top notch
     
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    Thanks for posting your solution. ​

    While not a complicated machine, they still have precise needs. 1~2 mm isn't much , but made all the difference in the world.
     

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