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I have a 97 bandit 600, could i upgrade the carbs in anyway to improve fuelling and throttle response, or could you recommend an upgrade from the stock carbs?

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You got the wrong idea here, if you want to improve fuel consumtion you cannot get better throttle response.If downgrade the carb for better fuelling then of course it will has less throttle response.More response means quicker petrol consumption.

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