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jet kits install question

hey everybody i've been thinking about getting a jet kit and was going to install it myself could anyone give me and dea how hard they are to install or how mucch to get installed
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What kind of bike?



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post #4 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-19-2007, 07:31 AM
 
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Thats not fuel injected?



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No its not.
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hey everybody i've been thinking about getting a jet kit and was going to install it myself could anyone give me and dea how hard they are to install or how mucch to get installed
Its not hard to do, just takes a while. If you have never done it before, have a friend help you who has done it. If you dont have any forneds that have, I recommend paying to have it done. I dont know what it costs, but my guess is at least $200 in labor at a dealer..
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Whats a Jet kit and what does it do? That sounds like something I need. Dame noobs! lol
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Whats a Jet kit and what does it do? That sounds like something I need. Dame noobs! lol
No you dont. You need a Power Commander.



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You have the same bike as me, go get an Ivans jet kit, make sure you have a 4-1 header(factoy), muzzys or some Yosho. And have it installed at a shop with a Dyno, it was like 270 for me and that is at a fairly high end shop. It was WELL worth it and the best mod for far. BUT what I did was do every upgrade you whish to do to your bike before you put the kit on. that way it works with everything. Because if your stock exhaust and put the jet kit on and dial it in and get an exhaust you have to re tune everything again. It just makes things simpler. But that is my experience with it. And I made 103hp to the rear wheel. my mods are in the sign VVV
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Whats a Jet kit and what does it do? That sounds like something I need. Dame noobs! lol
That's funny

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