I purchased the Dyno stage one jet kit, and followed the easy instructions and jetted it myself. The performance and sound is amazing. It came with everything needed to do the job right.
Bought this for my 94 Honda Shadow 1100 because it had aftermarket drag pipe but still had the stock jets. Installed it myself everything went together as it should, main jets and needles look like good quality material. It even came with two cool Dynojet stickers. Haven’t tested the bike on the road yet to see how well it performs because I have some other repairs to make as well. Maybe I’ll get a chance to update my review at a later time when I get it on the road.
If you bought a motorcycle in California you need this kit to feel the real power that your machine is capable of. Installation it's easy if you take your time follow istructions and know how to use a screw driver. It is worth paying few bucks more and getting the kit made from a top company like Dynojet and buying it from a reliable seller MotoSport.com.
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Easy to install with detail instructions. Only thing it didn't come with pilot jets only main jets.
The jet kit seems to be of high quality parts and i like the plastic box it comes in. Very organized and bags are clearly labeled. I gave it a 3 on ease of installation because the install instructions could definitely be a lot better. I could see someone with not much knowledge running into issues figuring it out. Other than that it's awesome and my bike runs great now after my exhaust install and jet kit.
Installed the kit to Dynojet specs. I ended up needing to move the needle up one notch. I have insalled an aftermarket slip on pipe, a K&N air filter and Dynojets stage one jet kit and my Suzuki Katana performs great. The only problem I almost had was drilling the plugs off of the air screws, Be very carefull drilling those plugs as the screws are very close.
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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