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    REEDS

    Which would you guys recomend boysen rad valves or stock 785 reeds/cages? For my 750 project.


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    Stock 785 cages are designed for 44mm carbs. The opening is much larger than a stock 650/750/780 reed cage. (you'll lose velocity if you use them with 38mm carbs)

    Unless you use 44mm carbs, go RAD valves.

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    iam going to be using 44mm carbs.(hopefully) so would the 785s still be the better choice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 450warrior View Post
    iam going to be using 44mm carbs.(hopefully) so would the 785s still be the better choice?
    Definately a CHEAPER choice. I doubt you'd notice much difference between a performance 785 reed and the RAD.

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