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What everyone opinion on the pipes? If you jet them a bit too rich would i have to adjust them everytime?
 

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No you won't have to rejet as much if you run it rich, but your going to know that it's running rich.

I found with my CPI twins, I didn't like it running rich, sled would load up and ran like $#!%, less power then if I had left it stock. It was best running as close to what was supposed to be in there for your temperature and elivation. I found after a few rides I could tell exactly how it was running before I would pull the plugs just by how well it was preforming, only had it on the lean side once or twice before I had it figured out exatly when the best time to change the jets were.
 

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No you won't have to rejet as much if you run it rich, but your going to know that it's running rich.

I found with my CPI twins, I didn't like it running rich, sled would load up and ran like $#!%, less power then if I had left it stock. It was best running as close to what was supposed to be in there for your temperature and elivation. I found after a few rides I could tell exactly how it was running before I would pull the plugs just by how well it was preforming, only had it on the lean side once or twice before I had it figured out exatly when the best time to change the jets were.
Totally agree!!! It's one of those you'll just know as you become ONE with your sled.
 

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^^^That's pretty much how I felt with that XCSP 700, like I was part of it.
 

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Crank shop makes good pipes, they are what most guys try to use when doing WC1200 builds. If you don't want to worry about jetting look for a Holtzman Engineering Variflow or ATACC
 
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