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Jeff in CA
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.Read All Reviews
Mykel in IL
Okay, I'm just gonna go ahead and get the bad juju out of the way first. When I first put it on, the fact that there is no drain screw did kind of concern me, since the gas was constantly overflowing for some reason. Come to find out, I needed to just shut the gas off when I shut the bike itself off, and turn the gas back on when I started it back up. Took some slight jetting adjustments, along with some air/fuel mixture adjustments and other things. The adjustments did somewhat change the way I start my bike up, but it doesn't bother me. Now let me get to the sweet stuff. My bog is gone. I don't know how it works, but it does. I would literally try and try to make it bog, but it will not bog or hesitate. It's unreal. I paired this with the R&D Flex Jet and quick fuel mixture adjustments are not even a problem. For the people who don't want to buy a pricy bike with EFI, buy this bad boy right here.Read All Reviews
Mykel in IL
This thing is pretty nice. I hear about people complaining about them seizing up and after a while, being hard to turn (even with pliers and vise grips). I just keep mine soaked in lube or WD-40 after every ride and every time I wash it. Sometimes I take it out and keep it serviced so it won't get stuck. Makes air/fuel mixture adjustments so easy now. A must have for people with carbureted bikes in my opinion. Can't go wrong with one.Read All Reviews