Okay guys, just got back home from SFU in the late night after some studying. The air was cool for the first time in a while. As we all know, cold air is good for our engines, but MAN....the difference in torque, smoothness and sound was amazing on the ride home.
I've got a question for anybody with Carburations knowledge (nudge TeeTee). My bike sounds almost gurgly below 5 grand when the weather is hot, and is alot more sluggish off the line. When it's cold out, the bike runs the way I think a bike should run. A tuned hum is the sound that I get to go with the awesome throttle response. No more gurgly, bubbly exhaust sound.
Is there something I can do to get my bike running better in the hot weather? I would love to have it sounding like it does when I'm riding in the cold.