P1's in need of help beastie

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P1's in need of help beastie

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Running very lean I think
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yeah that's what the guy said
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What's in the carbs at the moment, what's your set up? Needles, jets, air filter etc. That shoots right off at at 4 thou. You recent engine mods would have made a difference so you need to get them carbs dialled in to suit.

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I believe it's been dyno jetted and running k&n filter, no idea what needles, jets etc are in there.
The bike as it stands now :-
carbs - dyno jetted - no idea what is used :crazy:
cbr stick coils
k&n filter
inlet cams replaced with exhaust cams
delkevic 8" stubby cans
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you need to get it set up soon before you damage it running it lean like that .#

try sticking stock air filter back in
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i would stick the standard filter in a a quick fix, that will be worth 1 to 2 AFRs as that how much it richened mine when I swaped it on our dyno day
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If you don't want to go digging in and playing with the carb settings for a quick fix I would ditch the K&N and put a standard filter in and this will more than likely get rid of the 4thou :eek2 and will also richen things up for you by giving things less air flow. I wonder if the slides have had the extra lift hole drilled out according to the dynojet destructions.

Al beat me too it :lol:

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was going to ask if going back to standard filter would help any, not overly keen on pulling the carbs apart and not being able to get them all back together again :lol: :lol:
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cybercarl wrote:Al beat me too it :lol:

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thats yellow bikes vs black for you Carl :lol:
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AMCQ46 wrote:
cybercarl wrote:Al beat me too it :lol:

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thats yellow bikes vs black for you Carl :lol:
but green was there first :silent:
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lloydie wrote:
AMCQ46 wrote:
cybercarl wrote:Al beat me too it :lol:

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thats yellow bikes vs black for you Carl :lol:
but green was there first :silent:
are we talking about Virt again? :lol:
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AMCQ46 wrote:
are we talking about Virt again? :lol:
Green and Yellow got there at the same time, if that's the case :oops:
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AMCQ46 wrote: are we talking about Virt again? :lol:
might as well be :angel:
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I thought the black one was running lean, this was the printout from today with the red one.............not good :thumbdown:
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