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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-09-2007, 01:31 PM Thread Starter
 
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TRS yosh bolt on

Its for my 97 gsxr 750 completly stock. No power commander.

will it need to be jetted?
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Its for my 97 gsxr 750 completly stock. No power commander.

will it need to be jetted?
IF its FI you cant jet it, you need a new fuel map, but it should run fine with the stock fuel map. What year did the Gixxers swtch to FI?
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ya your right, went FI in 98, i ment mapped
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ya your right, went FI in 98, i ment mapped
Well if you have a 97 then it is carbed and you would need a jet kit. Should be fine without but you can get one from Ivans.
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You should be fine with the bolt on... but a re-jet would still increase your hp if you feel like more power.




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You should be fine with the bolt on... but a re-jet would still increase your hp if you feel like more power.
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