LOL I understood what you meant. I had it set at 2.5 turns out with the stock cover and it ran fine. I never noticed a bog or a hesitation at all. I just bought the stupid thing today because I've always heard how much they help off the bottom. The guy at my local shop said that no jetting changes would be required. He said he threw his on and it was perfect without changing anything. I turned it out about 1 turn from where it was at in 1/4 turn intervals and it didn't seem to be getting any better.Have you tried turning the FS out more then a half turn? Try messing with it and see if you can make it run better be turning the FS from 0 to almost all the way out. If you can get it right by doing that you'll be able to figure out which way to go on the jets.
Edit: damn that's confusing as hell, sorry its been a long day.
I tried leaning it out. I started at 1/2 a turn out and went from there. I just put the stock cover back on and it runs perfect. I'm going to call Boyesen Monday morning and see what they say. Off to the track. . .Been through this before. You actually have to lean out the fuel screw. Start at 3/4 turn out and go from there.
I'm guessing that a lot of that is because of bike not being jetted correctly. My bike came with the QuickShot, but since I've never ridden without it, I can't comment.There seems to be a mixed review on these things. Half the stuff I found was people saying it made a huge difference and was worth the money and the other half said that they couldn't tell a difference. I guess I let you know which side of the fence I'm on after I get the right one.