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Where can i buy a jet needle for my bandit v - 1994 Suzuki GSF 400 Bandit

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I found that most shops don't stock anything. Try Motorcyclecarbs.com and order them over the internet.

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If I do full headers and exhaust on my 08 Suzuki gsxr 600, do I need to do additional upgrades


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http://www.cmsnl.com/suzuki-gsf600-s-bandit-2000-2003-usa_model16067/partslist/

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