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you get that from sudco? i should get one for mine, i used to know someone who worked there, that was a long time ago,, how much?
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you get that from sudco? i should get one for mine, i used to know someone who worked there, that was a long time ago,, how much?
Quite a bit... But well worth it. The motorcycle is what I want it to be now.

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i have just about everything on mine except the FCR
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Quite a bit... But well worth it. The motorcycle is what I want it to be now.
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Thats the way to go with the DRZ . Best mod I have done to mine . The FCR gives you a couple of inches in length or in height , just depends where you need it .

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I should be able to gear it taller now and have the power where I want it to be. I'm going 1 tooth up on the front sprocket tonight. I'd like easily clutched up wheelies all day long in 2nd at about 30 - 35 mph

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Looks like a Horizontal Carb. not a downdraft ???
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Yes. The DRZ uses a side draft carb.
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My Bad, for some reason I thought grasshopper was putting them on his SV
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How was setting the jet's on that? Did it come pre-jetted for your mods, or did it need to be dialed in?
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No need to rejet. It's not rocket science. You jet per altitude, motor mods, airbox and pipe. No need to ever rejet the 39s on the SV either once I got it right. It's more important to make sure the carbs are syncd. There's a little U on the slides you match up for the front and rear.

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Now that you've had time to ride with the 39mm on the DRZ how do you like it ? I still have the stock carb but I am saving for the upgrade.
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Now that you've had time to ride with the 39mm on the DRZ how do you like it ? I still have the stock carb but I am saving for the upgrade.
It makes it what the bike should be.

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10-4, whats 1 more credit card bill.
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