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SOURCE: 750 katana bogs at 7 rpms

Whenever you change pipes, it's best to re-jet it.

It does make a difference...

Posted on Apr 26, 2009

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SOURCE: would you run 20w50 in a 2001 katana 750

use10w40 20w50 is no good in these engines

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SOURCE: 2000 Katana 750 needs new engine possibly

if swapped with the gsxr engine you will need a "donor bike"its a closed circut so you will need to change everything fuelpump,ignition,harness

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SOURCE: 98 katana 750 has trouble starting after leaving

Good chance the spark plug wires are getting wet.

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Under the gas tank remove gas tank then remove plug wire dont get them mixed up MOPAR KENNY

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