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This is what the seller says.Other than cosmetics, what do you think is not original?
Does it run great throughout or is he making excuses that it might need more tuning work?This is what the seller says.
New Mikuni Flat side carbs, tuned and balanced Heads flowed Factory looking but completely modified exhaust Dyna 2000 high performance ignition module and coils Barnett heavy duty clutch kit installed Quick shift
No excuses, says much more grunt than stock, but unless it's terrible I don't think I would have the skill or experience to really know.Does it run great throughout or is he making excuses that it might need more tuning work?
I will go over tomorrow and try to sus it out.All that carburetor and engine intake work and expense and then they guy sticks cheap little paper pod filters on the mouth of each carburetor, he might as well run open carburetors which never really works good.
The 1300cc engine is hugely powerful so you're right, judging the engine performance is not easy, but fuel economy and consumption is still a good indicator if his modifications have improved performance or just made it eat more fuel.
Guessing he is not receptive to test rides and probably does not have a recent dyno test chart to show you.
Since it's a genuine Mikuni kit, I doubt that they would be $30 paper filters.lol goodie, they give you 30 dollars worth of paper filters that will last at least until the first time they get wet.
" Having to raise the carbs negates the use of the standard air-box, where there’s 4 cloth/paper dry type automotive pod filters included."Since it's a genuine Mikuni kit, I doubt that they would be $30 paper filters.