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Hi I have removed all the side fairings from my 92 Trophy - preferring the rat look - will I need to alter the carbs?

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No. Not at all. The fairing is for nothing but looks. Won't change a thing as far as the carbs are concerned. Unless it is part of you air cleaner system. If that is the case, just go buy K&N filters for it. They sell them or can get them at any bike shop!

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