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Old 04-10-2008, 11:30 AM   #1
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jet kits

i feel stupid asking this but...

what is the difference in a jet kit and a STAGE 3 jet kit?.



also, on my last bike i installed a dynojet jet kit and everything was great.....but as i read around a bunch of forums, it seems people are shying away from dynojet and going with ivans and factory pro.

some people have even went as far as to tell people to NEVER buy dynojet kits as they are JUNK. is there any reason for this???
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Old 04-10-2008, 11:46 AM   #2
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A stage 1 is designed to be used with the stock airbox, a stage 3 requires removing your airbox and runnning "pod" style filters.

They only offer a stage 1 for the R6.

http://www.dynojet.com/jetkits/motorcycle/yamaha.aspx
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why do people online seem to hate on dynojet sooooooo much?
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whaddya mean?

edit - lol - when I was young and dumb(er) I took my first bike ('98 zx-6e) to a Kawi dealer to have some work done - exhaust, jet kit, odds, ends - and asked for a stage 3 jet kit. The service guy was like,

I felt pretty retarded when I found out the differences between them.
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whaddya mean?
+1, I've had good experiences with their kits.
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anybody know what stages they make for an SV? I have a de-snorkeled OEM air filter, and a full exhaust. Have been trying to figure out which stage to get. Gas mileage doesn't mean anything to me, want best performance. Thanks
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I'll bet somebody that knows more than me will say stage 1.
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anybody know what stages they make for an SV? I have a de-snorkeled OEM air filter, and a full exhaust. Have been trying to figure out which stage to get. Gas mileage doesn't mean anything to me, want best performance. Thanks
The best perfomance I've gotten out of a 1st gen SV is with a Factory Pro "pod kit". CRB-S36-3.7-RK3 Config 30 RaceKit

Mileage is way down, but power is good.
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sorry to the thread but what bout a 98 zx9r what would be the best jet kit
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i feel stupid asking this but...

what is the difference in a jet kit and a STAGE 3 jet kit?.



also, on my last bike i installed a dynojet jet kit and everything was great.....but as i read around a bunch of forums, it seems people are shying away from dynojet and going with ivans and factory pro.

some people have even went as far as to tell people to NEVER buy dynojet kits as they are JUNK. is there any reason for this???
Here is a pic of a Bandit 1200 w/ a stage 3 kit (w/ the Pod filters Patrick mentioned):

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Here is a pic of a Bandit 1200 w/ a stage 3 kit (w/ the Pod filters Patrick mentioned):

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i got pods on my bandit 1200 and from what i was told the best thing about the dyno jet kits are the pilot jet is fully adjustable . i used some small washers to mak the stock bandit needle jets adjustable. but when they say stage one stage two or three thats just there way of making it dummy proof. it really is just a list of mods and a category. like stock is one, exhaust is two, and pods and exhaust is like three, i had to go up on my main jet from a 105 to a 140. and from listening to people from other forums talk about doing this mod on their bikes in say new york that is a beg gap. it is probably a little too rich. but it runs better than it ever has. however i have bein told that with the stock mikuni carbs on the first gen bandit when pods are on it are impossible to get it to not pop and sound and smell rich.
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