Originally Posted by CA Stu
You do get a bit more power down low but peak horsepower is affected very, very little.
Richening up the mix a bit at the lower end makes a positive change to the rideability of the bike, I think, but I don't think the Dynojet kit is the best way to accomplish it.
You will definitely say "adios" to your gas milage using that kit.
Turning out the mixture screw and shimming the needle is by far a cheaper and better way to go, I reckon.
Thanks for the info STU,I'm all about simple and hardware store instead of motorcycle store mods,and Im cheap and like my fuel mileage to stay good.
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