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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-08-2000, 05:49 PM
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Banshee Carbs

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Let me begin by telling you what I have on this bad boy. Toomey T5's, Trinity Stage 4 head, Boyeson reed cages, Boost bootle, and 2 sets of reed spacers. I was just wondoring if installing 28mm carbs or even 30mm carbs would be better than what I have now which is stock, 26mm. I can imagine though the 30mm would be too big but I truly don't know. I would aprreciate any comments or suggestions that you have done to your quads.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 03-09-2000, 01:52 AM
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Re: Banshee Carbs

I suggest porting the cylinders before upgrading carbs.

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Re: Banshee Carbs

I just didn't want to modify the inside of the motor unless I truly had to. What woudl you suggest though 28mm or 30mm? For the extra $50 would the 30mm work with my set up? I am going to get it ported this summer if I have enough money.

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 03-09-2000, 02:02 PM
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Re: Banshee Carbs

I was aware that Mikuni made a 28mm carb. Who makes the 30mm? Lectron?

I am in the market for some Kehin 34mmPJs.

Since you are planning on porting in the summer, i would get the 28s for a decent low end, or 30mm if you want more topend.

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Re: Banshee Carbs

Well I'm looking in my Nac's Catolog, the only Keihin carbs I see are in the sizes 37PJ, 28PWK, 35PWK, 36PJ, 38PWK Air Stryker, and 39mmPWK. May I ask, what the hell have you done to that Banshee to need 34 mm carbs? What size sprockets are you running? If you haven't checked out CT's website it is full of Banshee stuff, I suggest shopping CT though over Nac's, Nac's is higher on everything they carry. www.ctracing.com

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Re: Banshee Carbs

What the hell have i done to MY Banshee you ask? Ported cylinders, .020" pistons, milled head, FMF Fatty pipes, clamp on KN filters, boost bottle, running 380 main jets.

34PJs are mostly for low end improvement. The PWKs are for mid-top.

Im running stock for 93 year model sprockets.

Ive been to CTs site a few months ago. Not as impressive as Trinity.

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