shooting me down? dont worry about it. well i bought a factory pro kit but when my buddy was tuning the bike he needed smaller jets for some of the carbs, so he had some extra ones and just used they dynojet and factory stuff. thats his story that he told me but the dyno proved his theory so I don't doubt him.Originally posted by t15_roberts
not shooting you down, aznridr -- but why would you purchase 2 jet kits for 1 install????
Throttle response?  That's what I'm interested. Last time when my delaer had the bike for service the guy checked the carbs and the bike runs now really smooth without jetting and with stock exhaust, but I could use a better throttle response.Originally posted by twowheel
even with a stock pipe rejetting will make the bike run smoother. A Factory Jet kit will include new springs that will be snappier. Also removing the emissions junk is easy and saves weight and space. I would also get an ignition advancer which will make the throttle response quicker also.