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Aftermarket pipes bored out, bike hesitates on take off?

I just bought a 1995 Suzuki 800 Intruder. It has After market pipes that have been bored out? It stutters on take off in 1st gear? Of course it is loud too? Someone sugested I re-jet the carb? And put in a new air filter system? Is this something I can do? And is this something I want to do. Or should I put stock pipes back. I don't need high performance. I just need a functional bike? Sincerely, Oshaniee

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Its a matter of preference. You could put the stock pipes back on and have the bike work as it was designed to work.
If you leave the free flowing pipes on, then to complete the package you need to give more air/fuel and step up the timing curve.First it needs to take in more fuel to allow for the better respiration. Second you need to let the ignition take advantage of the new found fueling. If you set up the motor correctly with a better breathing intake and exhaust and utilize the ignition to take advantage of it then your motor will give you better response, more power and more efficiency ( better mileage/ MPG). In short it is one of the cheapest and most dependable performance upgrades ( best bang for the buck) you can make... if done correctly.

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