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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-16-2016, 05:28 PM Thread Starter
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Improving my single carb setup

Had some extra time on my hands today, so I built a support bar for my intake manifold. It helps keep my carburetor from wiggling around on super bumpy roads. I'll be changing out that filter for a shorter one when I can find one, that one is pretty darn ugly
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Are you using equal or unequal length intake runners? If they're unequal, has it affected balancing noticeably?

Noticed any change in powerband vs the usual ear shave? The runners should gain back some of the low-mid range torque that's usually lost.

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Maybe come out and forward with the air cleaner. Then you could possibly attach another mount to the gas tank bolt there. Single carb is the way to go baby!

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