Thread: Gp1200r airflow system
11-13-2013, 03:43 AM #1
Gp1200r airflow system
has anyone on here ever just got rid of the air flow system that comes off the air box and goes around the front of the block?? Would this effect the running of the engine??
01-12-2014, 01:13 PM #2
Many people do this. They go to individual air cleaners on the carb bodies. This allows for increased air flow as you get rid of restrictive bends and cavaties. May also increase the response from the engine. More air in, more air out. You will have to change your setting on the carbs as you are increasing the air flow. Adding air, need to add fuel to keep a good a/f ratio.
01-12-2014, 03:34 PM #3
Search for oside bills lengthy GP/XLL1200 rejetting thread.
DO NOT remove anything and keep the stock jetting! You will hate to have to do the job over (wrestling that pipe out), by not following a few simple guidelines. It's all been tried and tested.
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