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Old 03-09-2012, 08:16 PM   #1
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I am thinking about rejetting the carbs with a stage one jet kit in the near future. My question is if I do decide to rejett will I need my carbs
re-syncronized? Or can i just install them and Im good to go. What are also some other good mods I can do on this year bike?
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Old 03-10-2012, 07:00 PM   #2
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There's no reason to rejet your carbs unless you did engine work, or changed your exhaust, and air filter. And by exhaust, I mean full exhaust, slip ons don't really disturb the rideability, or performance except for an occasional pop out the exhaust on decel.

As far as syncing carbs, unless your getting poor throttle response/idle then you may need to look at that. I have the gauges to do it, and always check when I'm doing a carb job for someone, but 99.5% of the time they're in sync.

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OK Thnx for the help. I was thinking on checking them to get synced. The bike I just got was not running for a while. I cleaned the carbs and now its running. I took it out for a ride and the throttle response is great. I am having trouble starting it up though and it takes a few tries to get it going on choke. I dont know if I just need to ride it alot more and maybe the bike will start up better later on or what.
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Are you sure the choke is working? A lot of times, people that don't do them all the time don't know, or forget to adjust the choke properly.
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yeah choke works. After it warms up I turn the choke off and the idle backs down
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