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I am getting a new Micron scortched titanium exhaust and jet kit(they're in, I just have to pick them up). My question is, will I need to adjust the carbs in any way after I rejet them? Your experinced help as fellow riders will be a great help in this matter. Thanks


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put your can on and then put the bike on a dyno to see if it needs rejetting.

it might not need it.so will save you a bit of money.

i've got an acropovic can on my J2 and it just runs slightly rich in the mid range between 6-8 thou.so i didn't bother with a jet kit.

most cans are developed so that you don't have to rejet the carbs.

the dyno run will tell you what the bike needs doing to it carb wise.

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YES sync the carbs! When my bike was bone stock and brand new it was always slower than my friends, which we both bought our bikes the same day, could never find out why. Well tore his bike apart to put a jet kit in and check his carbs which were in specs, so we tore my bike apart to check my carbs. My carbs were so far out of sync it amazes me my bike ran as good as it did. We sync my carbs perfect and my bike ran like no tomorrow. I ended up checking 4 01 6r's and only was sync right. So I would check it.

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