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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-03-2000, 09:34 PM
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Dynoport pipe inst.

I have a 99 Banshee, It has a mid range port job, 32:1 fuel/oil mix and has been bored.020" wiesco's, Carbon Tech reeds and reed spacers, K&N filter and stage III jet kit with 25 pilots,clip in #3 slot on the needle and 290 mains in the stock mikuni's with the stock pipes and the pilot air adjusting screew is suppose to be 2 1/2 turns out, but at this adjustment it has a bad lowend bogg, to get rid of the bogg, I adjusted the mixture screw out 1/2 turn and it runs greet no bogg but didn't have the grunt/tourqe at low speeds so I installed a Dynoport 2 into 1 pipe and silencer and didn't make any adjustment anywhere. After a good warm up and a few slow lapps in the yard, I took it to the woods.
Man this machine rip up the steepest hill around here in 3rd gear where before I had to use 2nd gear I was really impressed with the low end tourqe but, this pipe combined with the midrange port job is just undiscribably awsome and powerfull and it gained a little top speed. Does anyone have any comment on my set up or warnings I should know?


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post #2 of (permalink) Old 01-04-2000, 07:02 PM
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Re: Dynoport pipe inst.

after hard riding I have a lot of oil comming from around the exhaust port where the pipe connects. I am running 32:1 ratio with Klots racing oil. should I lean out the fuel/oil mix?

post #3 of (permalink) Old 01-09-2000, 09:15 AM
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Re: Dynoport pipe inst.

leave you fuel mix alone.up you pilot jet to a 32.5 and turn the air screws back to 2 turns out.your bottom end bogg will not come back. your not getting enough gas on the bottom.turning the mix screw down is only resticting your perfomance.after that you may need to up your mains to 300's. do a plug check.i had the same problem with my mx banshee

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