Question about 2001 Hyosung RX 125
The airbox, carb, and exhaust systems are balanced with one another from the factory. If you make a change in one area, you will most likely need to make a change in another too. In particular, adding the cone air filters probably increased your airflow through the system. If so, that may require rejetting the carb in order keep the air-fuel mixture correct.
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