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    ultra 150 tripple pipes

    alot of people here in aus r telling me not to put my tripple pipes on my 2000 model ultra 150 cause it will never run rite an will blow up my motor but i see alot of u guys running tripple pipes do guys ever have any problems with them wat do i need to look out for if i do put them on


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    To run them you really don't need much, just the pipes, cdi, and some carb parts.

    To run them well on the other hand you will want different carbs, maifolds and F?As.

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    so is thier any down side to running tripple pipes

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    It makes working on it a little more of a pain. But I would do it again in a heartbeat. The difference in speed and acelleration is amazing. As wings said you can run them with minimal parts but to really get the full potential you need to run aftermarket carbs and manifolds.

    I have run into a few issues such as needing more cooling. The directions for how to do that are in the mods thread in my sig. I burned a piston from too much heat. That was on a level 2 skiworx motor so I was running a hot motor already, the pipes just put it over the edge.
    Last edited by btldigger; 09-01-2008 at 10:24 PM.

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    +1 To what Morris said.

    If you want an idea: http://ultra150.yuku.com/topic/372

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    so r u using pump gas an how long have u been runnig it with the pipes on

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    Mine have been on about a month, Paul has had is on4 months or so. Both are runnning 93 octane pump gas. He is running stock heads, mine are 42 cc with the stock cylinders or 32.5 cc with the level2. They are skiworx billet heads with changable domes.

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    also the cdi i got with the 2nd hand pipes it doesnt say any thing on it its got heaps more numbers on it then the stock 1 but thats all how do i find out wat it is an who made it

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    It is probably a factory pipe if it looks just like the stock one. The advent will have dip switches. You might want to post some pics of it. Then we can id it for sure.

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    wat does that dip switches like for race fuel an pump fuel if so were do i put the switch in

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