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  • Dejavu
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    TRX 8-fiddy
    The best 4 stroke Tuner that I know in Perth is Russel
    from Dynotime in Wangara - always best 2 see a pro with a dyno
    I also Know that it is better to run rich than lean
    as the later causes to much heat build up which can
    lead to melting upper cylinder components.
    Dont know $ though
    guess I shoulda wrote this b4 :roll:
    Just didnt know if u liked the bike or not

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  • Deej
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    All to be disclosed in good time....

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  • TRX
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    TRX, in about 10 days we will have a resident mechanic on the forum who will answer all these types of post.

    Keep an eye on the new Forum topic when it starts.
    Great idea.

    Thats allot of questions
    wouldnt it be easier 2 get a new bike?
    NO! ive only had it for 3 months, and i luuuuuuuvvvvvv my trx

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  • Scum-Bag
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    Who's the mechanic??

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  • Deej
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    TRX, in about 10 days we will have a resident mechanic on the forum who will answer all these types of post.

    Keep an eye on the new Forum topic when it starts.

    Leave a comment:


  • Dejavu
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    Thats allot of questions :shock:
    wouldnt it be easier 2 get a new bike?

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  • TRX
    started a topic Carb Jetting

    Carb Jetting

    i have heared that you should allways re-jet the carbs when you put on a new exhaust. I have a feeling that the previous owner who put dual "Shadow" exhaust (made locally i believe) did not do this, and i suspect that the mighty twin is runnig failry rich, as the cans are caked with carbon buildup.

    1) what are the ramifications of rich running?
    2) where do i get the carbs re-jeteed (dyno jet make a starge 1 needle thing)
    3) how hard is is (can i do it myself)
    4) how much

    thanks
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