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BMC Air Filter BMC Air Filter BMC Air Filter Abraham (Bay Area) Awesome"After I installed the BMC filter I notice my bike breathing way better. Also has a ...""After I installed the BMC filter I notice my bike breathing way better. Also has a different sound when I Open the Throttle. BMC all the way!"
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K&N Race Air Filter Honda K&N Race Air Filter Honda K&N Race Air Filter Honda HopeforHerrin (Los Angeles, CA, USA) K&N Air Filter"If you have basic skills installation shouldn't be a problem but it does take a while ...""If you have basic skills installation shouldn't be a problem but it does take a while since you have to pull the upper fairing to get the tank off. This air filter can be cleaned and reused so its cost effective and it will give your engine a bit more power supposedly. I honestly don't feel a bit of difference except for when I chop the throttle, the revs don't seem to die quite as quickly."
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Dynojet Power Commander 3 USB Dynojet Power Commander 3 USB Dynojet Power Commander 3 USB suzuki (Belgrade, ME, USA) power commander 3 usb"Installation was very easy. I bought a power commander in the past and had it costom ...""Installation was very easy. I bought a power commander in the past and had it costom maped made alot more power and was a smooth power all the way through the rpm. A must have ..."
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Dynojet Stage 1 Jet Kit Dynojet Stage 1 Jet Kit Dynojet Stage 1 Jet Kit BigJohn (Whittier, CA, USA) vt750dc"First off, when I bought the jet-kit for my VT750DC. I wasn't sure if this would fix my ...""First off, when I bought the jet-kit for my VT750DC. I wasn't sure if this would fix my idling problem. When I worked on the carbs, found out that the idle jet was clogged up, I cleaned it out. Once that was done, I installed the springs, needles and main jets that the kit came with and adjusted the air to fuel mixture like the instructions said. Now the bike turns on like the day it was brand new. It took me about six hours to do everything. I don't even have to put the choke on to start the bike. Maybe, when it is very cold I will have to put it in choke. Took a five minute ride and I can tell that my 750 has a little more power."
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Dynojet Stage 1 & 2 Jet Kit Dynojet Stage 1 & 2 Jet Kit Dynojet Stage 1 & 2 Jet Kit Cruisin (Dallas, TX, USA) Very impressed with the results."I own a 2007 Honda Shadow Aero 750. I installed a set of Vance and Hines pipes and did ...""I own a 2007 Honda Shadow Aero 750. I installed a set of Vance and Hines pipes and did the Stage 2 Rejet with the Dynojet kit. I'm not a mechanic, but I do work with tools all the time. If you don't have much knowledge about carbs, then I would highly recommend watching some videos on the internet before you attempt this rejet yourself. The instructions are okay, but again, if you don't know what each part is named, you would have a tough time trying to follow the instructions. One tip that saved my butt was when it came to removing the float bowl on the bottom side of the carb, was to loosen the gasket behind the carb and pull it away from the header to get access to the two screws on the back side of the carb. If you don't do this, it is pretty much physically impossible to get to those two screws. Not to mention that the four screws that hold the float bowl on, are on extremely tight and are very easy to strip! I was almost defeated by one of them because I stripped it completely, but was finally able to removed it with some pliers. When you have the carb pulled away from the header, do yourself a favor and do the idle mixture screw adjustment then too, because it's very tough to reach with the carb is attached. The little tool works perfect that they provide, but as I had already reattached the carb, I marked the side of the tool with a sharpie so I knew how many times I was turning it etc. All in all, if you are not mechanically inclined, DON"T attempt this yourself, bring it to a shop and pay them to do it. The end results are great, I can feel a decent difference in power, especially at higher speeds, the gear ratio feels bigger, and I barely use the choke, if at all, when warming the bike up for a minute or two. Sorry for such a long review lol!"
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