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How hard is it to re-jet after you add an exhaust. I was thinking about ordering a F0-14 instead of a HMF. By the time you get a new filter $50 and a Jet kit $50, you are gonna spend $125-$150. For around $300 I could get the whole thing with a HMF right?
 

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unless you get a package with the hmf it will not come with a airfilter or jet kit. if you are uying one strate from hmf it will not come with the jets and air filter. it is not hard to rejet it just takes alot of time to get it right. i have rejeted alot of bikes and its prettty easy now. i had a tractor muffler on y rubicon and i really liked it.
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Just unhook the carb turn it upside down. Get a screw driver that would fit in the 4 screws really good. Push on the screws really hard then turn left to loosen them. Take out all four screws then the carb bowl will come out. You will see the jet. Get a nice flat head screw deiver thats fits in their good like the screwdriver for the bowl take out the old jet and put the new one in. after that put it all back together and adjust the air fuel screw to the instructions. Then put everyting else back together.
 

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you may also want to change the needle, it is on top of the carb just take the top off and you have to take a little rubber thing out to get to it. i cant remember if the instructions tell you how to space the needle and what clip to set in on. some pople dont even mess with the needles, but i like to get the most power i can get so i do everything the best i can. some people say you dont need to mess with it but i did anyway.
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