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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-08-2005, 09:12 PM Thread Starter
 
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I have a 99 with cobra slash pipes and just don't care for the loudness and popping. What are my options? don't need it as quiet as stock(but maybe go back to stock with a de-goat?) but would like to control the popping. some things I have seen are coasters, re jetting though I talked to the local Kaw mechanic who said I didn't need to re jet. What are your thoughts and options.
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I have a 99 with cobra slash pipes and just don't care for the loudness and popping. What are my options? don't need it as quiet as stock(but maybe go back to stock with a de-goat?) but would like to control the popping. some things I have seen are coasters, re jetting though I talked to the local Kaw mechanic who said I didn't need to re jet. What are your thoughts and options.
Thanks.
Getting rid of the popping is easy.
I wrote a step by step 'Coastering Your VN750'...it is in this forum down there somewhere. Part of this mod, tweaking the A/F mixture screws, can be done anytime to help reduce the popping.
No re-jetting necessary, altho I did eventually go to 135 main jets (you can install w/the carbs on the bike) just because....
Maybe your Cobras need repacking???
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