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rejetting

Discussion in 'Technical and Troubleshooting Torque' at netrider.net.au started by Androo, Oct 6, 2004.

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  2. Kit will cost you around $200 and the same again for fitting.

    I had the ZX6R rejetted by PTR. I supplied the jet kit, he did the work, tune, service and dyno for around $600.
    Worth every penny too.
     
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  4. Lean, after the yoshi and the K&N filter were fitted.
     
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  5. Funny. After my MADAZ pipe and BMC filter I'm running rich (must be that premium ULP).
     
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  6. I was running PULP as well.

    The K&N allows about 50% more air into the box so it's bound ot be lean.

    Oh wait its a suz.......a suzu.......one of them!

    I rest my case :p
     
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  7. Watch it sunshine...
     
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  8. maybe now would be a good time for a K&N filter to lean it out a bit. although my problem is mainly lower rpm, dunno if the filter would make as much difference there
     
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  9. Id say it was starving of air, a K&N should lean it out but it may do so up top as well so a complete rejet may be in order.

    Hell get both of them done and enjoy the extra grunt.
     
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  10. On a related note, the guys at Redwing were a little surprised when I dropped the BabyBlade in for a major service and discovered it didn't *have* an air filter.

    Not quite as surprised as I was.

    Rejetting is tempting, but for a bike I'm only keeping as long as I have to, it seems like a bit of a waste.
     
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  11. no air filter.. bet that was good for your engine hehe

    i was surprised at the amount of crap in the surge tanks on my bike...
     
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