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TDC71

Should i carb my 06 650l?

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Hi guys thanks for all the help getting my bike to where it is.:lol: I"ve got the Hotcam stage 1,Uni filter,Dave's mods with a Dyna-jet chaser and a 165 main,supertrapp with 19 disks.Bike pulls hard wheelies through second so I was debating whether a carb uprade is needed and if it makes that much difference after what I have done already.So will it do any more and if so which carb works best?

Todd

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And the snorkel is history too plus I drilled a few holes in the top for more O2

todd

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I just put an edelbrock on mine I also have the stage 1 hotcam xrs only header with e-sieres muffler and 10.0-1 je piston. Now it pulls the front all the way thru 3rd. The carb is easy to adjust best mod so far.

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If your bike's running primo, and you don't ride at different elevations on a weekly basis, then no. Keep your stocker.

Personally, I run the Edelbrock for ease of adjustments for different altitudes,

the stocker being a pain to re-jet all the time..

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Throttle response with the CV carb will always be crippled compared to a manual-slide carb.

Dave

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Gonna take the Edelbrock dive want to be able to change my jets out quick like Tirebiter can do.Just joined a dualsport group and elevation changes are on the horizon. Thanks for the input everyone.

Todd

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The edelbrock has a feature called dial a jet, to rejet just turn the dial, key with these carbs is a needle that will work within the given range of jet adjustment.

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Thanks for the info Rebelventure, thats even cooler than swappen out the jets, I thought it was come kind of external accessed jet system:bonk:

Todd:thumbsup:

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