Boyesen reeds are still a great option for replacing stock reeds for earlier and smoother power delivery. If your reeds are worn out/warped or if you don’t know how old they are, it’s a good idea to replace them and these are a great option.
recently bought the bike and with the condition of the old reeds questionable, I figured it was an easy item to replace. The price was cheap enough and now I start from a known quantity. After top end breaks in, I'll know more on throttle response.
My reeds were broken, so I ordered up a set of these. They did exactly what I needed them to do, make my bike run properly! As far as durability, that's to be determined as I have not run my bike hard enough to break them hahaha. Over all, solid replacement reeds
The boyesen super stock fiber reeds are an inexpensive product that has a very good quality and work very well for me. I use them in my cr250 that I use for woods riding. They last a long amount of time and perform awesome. I love this product. I would recommend the boyesen fiber reeds to anyone.
Very happy with these reeds. They went on and fit just like OEM. my stock reeds where lipping up a bit causing overly rich running bike and lofty throttle response. I recommend buying new gaskets for the reeds, check your oem parts diagram if applicable.
I replaced my previously warn reeds with these boyesen reeds and they have been solid and havent broke down at all. I run these in the stock reed cage and it made a noticeable difference in engine crispness. And the fiber reeds are a good price.
Machine this part was bought for: 2007 SUZUKI RM85
I really didn't notice a performance improvement but the goal was to replace the stock reeds which, from what everyone tells me, has a life span of a couple years. Runs like stock if you ask me but it did the job. Can't complain.
Machine this part was bought for: 2007 YAMAHA YZ250