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Removed airbox and put canister type filters on carburators but bike does not run properly what can i do

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When you upgrade the air filters it messes up the air/fuel ratio. All it needs are the carbs readjusted

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I feel pritty sure you'll find your problem here(I hope!).
See how you go
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The carburators are tuned for the pressurization caused by the ram air system. When you open the airbox, you lose that ram air effect and your engine runs rich, causing the poor performance. Put the cover back on and make sure it is secure and sealed. Your bike was designed to have the airbox pressurized and will lose horsepower and fuel economy if you take that away. If you want more air to the engine, replace the factory filter with a K&N filter.

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Offhand would suggest a rebuilt/clean of the carbs. A temporary workaround would be to switch off the fuel petcock, remove the fuel hose, partially drain the carbs and spray into the fuel hose (going into the carbs) injector/carb cleaner. Reinstall fuel hose, turn on fuel. Remove the air filter and start the bike. After warmup, rev while spraying injector/carb cleaner into the opening where the air filter should be. Get a hard paper/board (such as a folder) cut to a size bigger than the air filter but would fit inside the opening of the airbox. Rev/pump the bike slowly building the RPM at about 4~5K suddenly cover the opening (with the board) to fully choke the carbs while maintaining throttle. Before the engine dies, remove the cover. Spray again while revving. Repeat choking/spraying several times. The idea is for the vaccum to draw the clog/blockages.

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you're being pretty vague, but i'll try. The hose you're probably talking about is an overflow hose off the air filter box. It's supposed to be there. I would bet that you didn't seal the airbox properly and its running too lean. check ur rubbers.

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