Question about 1998 kawasaki ZX-9R Ninja
You are supposed to jet any bike when you put a high performance pipe on it. you can damage valves and rings even with a slip on. i am using a stage 1 dyno jet kit with a yoshi rs3 oval slip on.
Posted on Aug 24, 2012
You need to adjust your floats on your carbs to the proper level. anytime you do anything to the air intake sytem, the jets, or the exhuast you need to either ask the manufacturer of the aftermarket part what adjustments need to be made, or you can take it to a mechanic so he can figure it out, or do it yourself. i recommend going to a qualitfied mechanic (preferably a shop that works on professional racers motos or a shop that has its own team. they got all the know how. I am taking my 98 zx9r to evan Steel Performance in Tucson once i get my Hindle full supersport exhuast system. It's a little too late for you, but i highly reccommend hindle, they sound great and add much more power than a yoshi does. anyways, i hope that helps you out brother. ride safe!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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