Leaning the air mixture
I was thinking about adding a Ram air package to My 98 CBR900
the bike already has extensive mods, including a k+N, full D&D exhaust plus headers and and has been rejetted.
By upgrading to this pressurized air box over the stock
I've been told that i might have to rejet again..
my bike already runs awesome... but with the ram air added with the mixture
running to lean .......what exactly will happen if i try run it like this...??
If I rejet will i lose my bottom end at lower speeds due to less air input??
this kit is similar to the one offered from LP and Airtech
i have 2 airtech ram airboxes lying around here. you will have to rejet for it but it does add some power. worked better with flatslides and the sound was awesome. you also gotta vent the carbs to the airbox or she won't go past 50.
I'll probably have a few more ?'s once it arrives...
hey ss blade have you ever tried that airbox plus kit?its the one were it uses pod filters and you mod the airbox and use the jet kit(factory).I put one in and it really pulled a hella lot better,but wondering how it compares to the ramair power wise on the 900?
the ramair was pretty good on the 900 but i also added cams and flatslides at the same time. the apk looks like a good idea cuz i think it rids the 900's airbox of having a dual chamber design to get more volume.
Thats pretty much what I figured...
I'm pretty good at fiberglassing...and was going to build my own...
and then found one of ebay DIRT cheap.....
I noticed the seperate chambers and thought that it was pretty restrictive...
so basically I'm just going to have to go one richer needle up..?
How does one test this at the shop without leaning the mixture out to much..?
Its not like they have huge fans to represent the 200kmh wind ...