Question about Cobra Motorcycles
Posted by Anonymous on
Kits like cobra or sigmajet are great for tweaking, judge your present performance first and determine if you're in the ballpark; Is it responsive throughout the powerband? How's your exhaust looking? If the pipes are showing signs of getting too hot (chrome bluing, exhaust tips chalky white=too lean, tips black=rich).
On to the spark plugs. "Reading" a plug gives an excellent picture; after a somewhat aggressive run with out too much idling pull the plug and have a look at the porclean insulator just above the electrode gap. Best is a nice even cocoa brown. Black=rich, white=lean. I would suggest zeroing in thoroughly, then consider going above and beyond if you wish.
Posted on Apr 26, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is best to have the carb. jets changed for better perform. it my help the pipes from bluing also.you can go on line AT J AND P CYCLES .COM THEY MAY CAN TELL YOU WHAT SIZE JETS YOU NEED NOT SURE.
Posted on Aug 19, 2011
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