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Going to customize my 750 virago. im removing the air induction system and change to a gravity fed gas tank along with after market pipes. Is there any possible problems i might run into and need to be aware of before i start?

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When changing to aftermarket pipes on a carburated bike I would recommend have the carbs rejetted, the after market pipes will change the fuel mixture and could cause the bike to run a little funny.

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