Slip on cans rarely make a difference to fuelling, but K&N type filters do, There are many bike on the road with a jet kit fitted which are running worse than stock as they haven't been set up properly.Originally posted by bladecutter
If the bike only had a pipe slapped onto it, and wasn't properly rejetted, then yes, a jet kit will probably solve all your bike's ills.
Its not the cost of the K&N which is the expense, its the Dyno time to set the bike up properly. All of the Dyno shops in the UK charge on average £250GBP to buy and install a Dynojet kit and K&N filter and set it up on the Rollers which is about 3-4 hours work.Originally posted by ZX6RinNC
I cleaned the air cleaner when I put the plugs in. It was pretty clean except for a few bugs.
Are K&N filters worth the money? That's a lot of money if it doesn't do much. I was thinking about getting one, but I don't see how it could possible be any better. Flowing that is, I realize I won't ever have to buy another one.
[:I]I thought he was using a can only. The only way for sure is to get a printout from the dyno run (which they should have given),Why else go on there, The top end numbers are academic unless you are racing.Originally posted by bladecutter
He said in the very first post that it was a FULL Muzzy exhaust system. That means that all the flow characteristics were changed. He needs to have the bike properly rejetted if it wasn't done already.
I didn't do it, I swear.
And even if I did, what makes you think I would admit it to you?