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Thread: Pods, Pipes, Panic! (Help! Your Bike has Pods)

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    swampig Guest

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    That would be correct the inner cyls need to run a little richer as it helps with the cooling you may also find tho that the rings wear a little faster but its negligable and will possibly not be noticable on a normal mildly tune bike

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    Hi my bike is gs550ex c.f. carbs custom 4into2 pipe k&n pod filters. I've got denoted kit stage 3kit on needle set on 4th notch down 155 main jets .bike runs crap feels like it's not getting fuel .had it on dyno and this was the results .20180613_162333.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yozzer74 View Post
    Hi my bike is gs550ex c.f. carbs custom 4into2 pipe k&n pod filters. I've got denoted kit stage 3kit on needle set on 4th notch down 155 main jets .bike runs crap feels like it's not getting fuel .had it on dyno and this was the results .20180613_162333.jpg
    Looking at that chart it looks lean. Personally I would use all the same size main jets instead of using larger on the inside cylinders if youre using pods. If you buy larger mains, remember that the DJ mains are sized differently. This can help http://www.jetsrus.com/FAQs/FAQ_miku...ihin_sizes.htm
    1982 GS1100E "Jolene"

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    Iím getting ready to rebuild the carbs on my 83 1100E. Last time they were off was in 1984 when the exhaust and pods were put on. This will be the first actual rebuild.So the jetting is spot on but is anything changed or updated significantly since then? Have my bottle brush looking carb cleaners and am ready to go. Iím right at 45,000 one owner miles.

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    Guys,

    This sticky is an informational thread for you to read

    DO NOT post up your questions or experiences here

    Start a new thread below for your problem or question
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    Thats the coolest thing I ever saw
    Quote Originally Posted by shwaz View Post
    oh, hell yeah! i got your dinojet right here!

    [SIGPIC1980 GS1000E
    Yamaharley Roadstar Silverado.2008

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