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First post on thumpertalk but I have been lurking the forums for awhile. I am new to the supermoto world and definitely new to carbed bikes. Came from the supersport world so any help is appreciated.
-Full Yoshimura RS-2 Carbon (recently installed)
-Stock Mikuni Carb
-K&N Air Filter
-3x3 Mod (to be completed soon)
-JD Jet Kit (also to be completed soon)
I live in CT so the bike is inside for a couple months due to weather. I can run it but cant ride it much unless we get a clear day, so I would like to get the jetting as close to perfect as I can on the first go around. Riding anywhere from sea level to a couple thousand feet above sea level max (0-2000ft)
Wondering what you all recommend for my jet setting.
I have the stock fuel screw as well as everything the JD kit comes with.
Thanks for the help!
I am curently building my bike for light adventure riding. I am making a contraption that I would like to call a rally fairing. I am showing you what I have made so far.
For the build;
- oversize GPI racing radiators
- oversize gaz tank
- fuel pump
- swapping the speedometer by a vapor
- custom made bracket for fairing
- fiberglass fairing/windsheild
I have not adressed the wide ratio issue since I just completely rebuild the engine last winter. I got a 39 teeth sproket for highway speed.
I have no experience whatsoever with fiberglass, any input would be apreciated.
Thanks for the interest.
Here's a few pics of my play bike
Crf80 wheels (best mod by far)
BBR 120 BBR
Web CAM racing stage 2 cam
Atx honda 3 wheeler carb
110 main, 38 pilot
Yoshimura exhaust (noticeable difference from FMF )
Air box mod with big filter
BBR frame cradle
Tusk HD clutch/ springs (which sucks btw)
Stock100 front sorocket, crf80 rear sprocket (this gearing is great)
CRF70 oem plastics
Custom graphics kit
1 BBR front spring with fresh atf fork fluid
ABC slotter pads front/rear
Ebay special seat cover lol (last pic is all I have of new cover)
Oh yea, she'll run with the stock pipe just fine to keep the noise down for my neighborhood. I tried many modifications with the DB Dawg and yoshi, but it made no difference. I'll post videos later.
I absolutely love this bike. I'm 165 lbs, and me and my 2 yr old ride on it just fine.
Future mods would be a works rear shock, maybe lightened fly wheel , and possibly ignition if it helps.
I have been looking at the FMF and the Yoshi and the only videos on youtube of a bike in another country with a RS-4 just sound way to raspy and high pitched. I have no experience with Yoshi systems but is it just me or is that how they typically sound? I like the look of their pipe a lot better being shorter and it puts out good numbers from what I have seen. I just don't think I care for the sound if the one video I found is really what I am gonna get. Anyone actually have this system on their bike and can speak from experience?
What do you guys think? I need a quick answer as my finger is on the purchase button. Yoshimura or FMF for the new exhaust system? Either way I'm buying the full system with the 13 tooth sprocket and fuel control unit. Basically the same price but what's your take?