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I think i will try that. I hope it works. So, cut it directly in half & put it
back in? What type of gains does this do exactly? I have had a heck
of a time finding the right size jet, & i just rejetted them last week with
the right one. I don't want to mess anything up. Should i do it? I am just
itchin' to.
 

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Consider it done.
 

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Let me know how it does Terry. I said i was gonna do it, but at the last
minute... i chicken out.
 

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Alright then...i will do it. No more bein' chicken.
 

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I'll do it Saturday when i go ridin'. No sense in doin' it now just to have
them sit in the garage for a couple of days.
 

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What is the Resonator bottle? Where is it? I have probably looked at it
a 100 times & not known what it is.
 

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Thanks for that tip & for fartin' on me
 

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I did it & i could tell it gave it a little more throttle response. It definately
won't hurt nothin'.
 

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Just throttle response.
 

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I bet it will work. It most likely won't hurt anything to try. If it does, the
springs are very cheap to replace.
 

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You may have to bring it further south to test it out .
 

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Snow seems like it would be fun, but only for a day or three. After that, it
would get old. I complain if it gets below 60 degrees.
 

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It worked for me.
 

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Good to hear.
 

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If you take your seat off you will see your carburator. Take the top off of the
carb. Should be 4 little screws. Be careful not to strip them out. Once the
top of the carb is off, you will see the coil spring. Take it out & cut about a
inch & a half off. Put it back together & you should be good to go. Some cut
about 2 inches off. You may want to start with 1.5 inches. You can always
cut more off if needed. Good luck.
 

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I was the same way. Just do it & get it over with. You'll be glad you did it.
 

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I don't think it really matters. I put the cut end up on mine.
 

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Ain't it amazin'??? And the best thing about it is, it doesn't cost a dime.
 
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