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Old 08-17-2008, 09:22 PM   #1
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Smile Gpack or jet stage 1?

I want to mod my ride which is a abndit 1200...but what would the real effect of a g pack be on my bike vs jetting it with a stage 1 kit? if yall know tell me please....Experience and advice welcome!!
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You need to get with Motorcycles Unlimited (PM "Patrick") and ask. He has personally owned one (or more) of that bike, and has done tons of customer mods on them.

Simply jetting a bike without other mods will likely not yield any gains for you. If you add a full exhaust (not slip-on) and a freer flowing filter, you'll get some gain then with a jet kit.
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Ok great thanks man!! what ya think....a KnN Hi flo be better then the OEM I have on there....as the DnD is only mod I have done to it
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Ok great thanks man!! what ya think....a KnN Hi flo be better then the OEM I have on there....as the DnD is only mod I have done to it
D&D slip on? If it's not a full system, as mentioned, you likely won't see any benefit. As far as a filter, I only use BMC, they have given me (and my team) the highest yield horsepower wise (on the dyno) than any other filter.

Now, if you have a slip-on and add the BMC filter, a re-jet will probably benefit you some (possibly a lot).

PM "Patrick" and see what he has to say- he's got a lot of experience with this particular bike, and can probably tell you off the top of his head what direction you should go with it
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