Performance Modifications

 There is a huge marked for parts and ideas to increase air flow through the engine and improve performance.  Unfortunately modern carburetors are very sensitive to these changes and you may end up sacrificing performance, fuel mileage, rideabilty and in extreme cases ruining the engine.  To straighten the fuel mix out properly requires a lot of time on a dynomometer which is not an inexpensive proposition.

The reality is the engineers that designed your machine did a pretty good job - we suggest you leave it alone.  You're going to spend a lot of time and money to get a performance increase you won't even notice.  If you're machine isn't fast or powerful enough get one that suits your needs.


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