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ok I am looking because in my research on my bike Cobra who now owns kerker states that rejetting is needed on my bike for the f1s exhaust ( which is on there) so my question is I see 3 diff kinds of kits (not manufacturers) I see the 10 recalibration kit, the stage 1 kit, and the stage 1&3 kit could someone explain how this is figured I mean i understand that it is different size jets but is 3 smaller than 1 or what please either direct me to where I can find this info or give a brief explination. I ask because I am looking to order new exhaust and would like to re-jet because I do feel that is one of my probs. but first I want to test the carb sync'ing. my seat of the pants is telling me that compression is fine. waaaaayyyyyyy too much pull to have a compression problem. oh yeah BTW the bike has alot more livelyness since I cleaned the carbs and adjusted em and put in new plugs. :D thanks for all the help and advice guys and gals.
 

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ok I am looking because in my research on my bike Cobra who now owns kerker states that rejetting is needed on my bike for the f1s exhaust ( which is on there) so my question is I see 3 diff kinds of kits (not manufacturers) I see the 10 recalibration kit, the stage 1 kit, and the stage 1&3 kit could someone explain how this is figured I mean i understand that it is different size jets but is 3 smaller than 1 or what please either direct me to where I can find this info or give a brief explination. I ask because I am looking to order new exhaust and would like to re-jet because I do feel that is one of my probs. but first I want to test the carb sync'ing. my seat of the pants is telling me that compression is fine. waaaaayyyyyyy too much pull to have a compression problem. oh yeah BTW the bike has alot more livelyness since I cleaned the carbs and adjusted em and put in new plugs. :D thanks for all the help and advice guys and gals.
Brian,

Stage one is all your going to need if your just running an exhaust. Stage two and three are mainly for people with more work done, but at that point most of them get their bikes dyno tuned instead of putting a general jetting kit in.

BTW: give me a call 815-372-0837 or 815-342-9266
 

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jet kits....

From my experience with the sv you are best off finding an online forum for your specific bike. Then follow their advice for a few bucks as opposed to buying an expensive jet kit which still needs experimentation.
Later, Jon Nagela
 

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svslider said:
From my experience with the sv you are best off finding an online forum for your specific bike. Then follow their advice for a few bucks as opposed to buying an expensive jet kit which still needs experimentation.
Later, Jon Nagela
Kool...except I gave him the jets for free.:D :D :D
 

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yes crazy is the man :D I owe hime a case for the help he has given me :cheers
 
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