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    Lightbulb Won't to put a factory pipe to my waveblaster 1

    hi' i have a waveblaster 1 it has a worx intake, solas impeller, custom rideplate, engine is stock. i got a factory pipe for it a while back, what mods would have to make to engine to put pipe on it ???


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    so im thinking that ill have to raise comp and re-jet carby ????

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    you can try over @ sister site XH2O but here's a start
    http://www.factorypipe.com/p_yamaha.php
    just the pipe will make big differences

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    Did you get the Limited or Mod pipe?

    The limited will show nice results with just rejetting and a f/a.

    The mode will also show nice gains with just those two things, but raise the comp. and it will really come alive.

    Give us more info and we can help you out.

    BTW, I have both Limited and Mods pipes on my B1's.

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    All you need is to rejet and a flame arrestor. To get the most out of the pipe you need a msd enhancer, head and F/A.

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    hi' cool thanks for info' i manage to get e Riva high comp head and a K&N F/A of a friend, im not sure what type of factory pipe it is, there is a code on inside of manifold saying ( P1 ) ill put photo below , what size jetting will i need ??? . thanks


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    Hmmm

    That pipe "may" fit in a Blaster, but I am almost sure it is not for one. Looks like a pipe for a SJ

    I wish I could help you more, but I am at a loss right now.

    If it was me, I would start with FP's jetting specs for the Mod pipe and up the starting point in sizes a few just to be safe. Easier and safer to start out rich and dial it back.

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    ok ill rejet carby and take it from there, the pipe did look like it would be a tight fit o well see how i go thanks for your help

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    Yes the pipe you have looks like an older dry pipe for a superjet. I know they have the type 9 and 4 but I am not sure what one you have... I agree with NJJer start with larger mains then recomended for a B-pipe mod pipe. Those dry pipes like to rev and need fuel.

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