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jet selection...

I think I posted this in the wrong forum the first time....

I'm looking for specific recommendations and settings here.....
I have a 1992 Vulcan 750 with 20k miles on her and live in Rochester, NY (around 500ft elevation)
I have Vance and Hines cruzers installed, coasters installed, emissions canisters removed, vacuum circuit removed and right carb vacuum plugged. I have pulled the a/f plugs from the carbs, but haven't messed with them.

I plan an ear shave going to a single element air filter tucked under the fuel tank this weekend and suspect from what others have said here that I will need to re-jet the carbs and set them up differently than stock.

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PM lance. He can help you with this. And he can get you the jets and shims if needed.

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I think I posted this in the wrong forum the first time....

I'm looking for specific recommendations and settings here.....
I have a 1992 Vulcan 750 with 20k miles on her and live in Rochester, NY (around 500ft elevation)
I have Vance and Hines cruzers installed, coasters installed, emissions canisters removed, vacuum circuit removed and right carb vacuum plugged. I have pulled the a/f plugs from the carbs, but haven't messed with them.

I plan an ear shave going to a single element air filter tucked under the fuel tank this weekend and suspect from what others have said here that I will need to re-jet the carbs and set them up differently than stock.

Thanks,
-=DaRiv=-
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Thanks Lance, I hope to get this mod done this weekend.....
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