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Best carbs to increase power would 42 or pos 44 from gsxr models and how hard to set up?suzuki RF900RV

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You will not get any noticeable Hp gains buy changing the carbs to a bigger carb. To get more Hp out of the bike you can change the exhaust pipes and muffler and may gain 10hp. The only true way to get a good Hp gain is to have it bored out and new pistons installed, Head work done like Port and Polish. Install new cam's.

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