Sorry, I have no idea. But your manual will tell you the recommended jetting/carbi settings based on air temperature and how high up you are. Start from there and then go a little outside recommendation up and down and you will soon find out what works best.
No best jetting exists. The exact bike ridden in exact conditions can have different jetting requirements. Your geographic location is not as relevant as your elevation where your bike is ridden. There is no voodoo or magic formula or tons of hidden horsepower in jetting formulas. You can only expect your correctly jetted bike to run crisp and sharp at all speeds and temperatures. Trouble is jetting requirements change with altitude and temperatures and a few other variables. You should start your jetting baseline setting from factory settings and test ride and check spark plug color for proper burn color. You would then adjust jetting as needed to extract satisfactory performance and plug color. If you need help correcting a performance defect or other driveability issues with your bike check back with more detailed information of your complaint and your bikes usage and altitude you ride. Good luck and welcome to forum
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