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so when should you jet your system? current mod's are a K&N filter and Leo slip on. would it help? does performance improve in the areas of acceleration? i did some research and understand why you should on a full system but i don't know.iknow the boys on 600RR would know best :) and give me some insite thanks
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You can't jet electronic fuel injected bikes. You just adjust the map on the powercommander. Carb bikes you can jet.
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ohh i see thanks
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OW3ED!...lol



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LOL!!! I think this sets a whole new Newbie bar level!
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that invetible learning curve gets another, j/k
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LOL!!! I think this sets a whole new Newbie bar level!
LMAO! I thought it was a joke lol (no offense ;))


"at 8k i often get the tire to slip a bit(kinda like stoner in motogp) when i start to get on the throttle"
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ok geniuses ... keep in mind we were all newbs at one time. Don't be too harsh on the fella.
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yeah when i was like... 6!!! Seriously, do you Jet your Fuel Injected car? NOOOOO...

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lol like i said you guys know best
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yeah when i was like... 6!!! Seriously, do you Jet your Fuel Injected car? NOOOOO...
wow u must be smart....did u graduate from MIT? geez
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so when should you jet your system? current mod's are a K&N filter and Leo slip on. would it help? does performance improve in the areas of acceleration? i did some research and understand why you should on a full system but i don't know.iknow the boys on 600RR would know best :) and give me some insite thanks

+1 for a good joke!!!
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LOL!!! I think this sets a whole new Newbie bar level!
as Rick James would say, "COLD BLOODED!"
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He meant put a jet engine on the back. You know, to go supersonic. Duh.

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what? I jetted mine... just took all the ones out of the kit and taped them onto the throttle bodies... makes this awesome whistling noise but I don't think it did anything for power... maybe tape them onto the valves?

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Check this out man. Powercommander.com

You need to get a PCIIIUSB if you want to adjust the fuel mapping. Also find a local tuner off their website in your area who has a good dyno and reputation. Take your bike to the same dyno each time so you can make accurate comparisons. I can tell you the Leo is probably rich down low and lean up top. Mine was.


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