xr 650l uncorked .uni filter pipe question HELP!!!! *DELETED*


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  • nuke

Posted October 01, 2004 - 09:25 PM

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  • thumperjohn

Posted October 02, 2004 - 03:16 AM

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I personally wouldn't ride it without jetting it.
The bike is lean from the factory.

My $0.02 :cry:

  • Dual_Dog

Posted October 03, 2004 - 05:37 PM

#3

just uncorked my 1999 650l also replaced with uni filter & white bros pipe e2 took a test ride it runs great i was planning to change jets do i still have to? will it over heat or any other problems i need to know about


No hesitation, off-idle bog, or lean out at WOT? You'd be the first one I've heard of not having problems after modding the intake and exhaust system. I re-jetted my '98, and I drilled the slide and shimmed the needle, too (smog & snorkle gone, Uni-filter, Supertrapp IDS2). It runs MUCH better now.

Never heard of a (Honda) bike failing because the jetting was too lean. They just run crappy.





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