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jet kit?

i recently installed a cdi on my teryx and was going to take the muffler tip off so would i benefit from a jet kit?
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Check with Todd at Hunterworks for his carb and air box kit. That would be the next step in your buildup in my opion. Again just my .02 worth.

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The removal of the tip will not require the use of the a jet kit. However, never hurts to have some tuning done as the initial setting from the factory is usually a little lean.




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Diesel is right, taking the tip off won't require a jet change.

Not because it is ours but check out our kit for the carb, it has been a real performance boost and extremely low tech calls on it which means it works.

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Get the kit from hunterworks, that way you won't be sorry
Getting ready to put mine on today.
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a jet kit is always bennificial.
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I am a very happy Hunterworks customer. I got the CDI and Carb/Airbox kit and did the mods. My Teryx runs GREAT!! It has been much harder jetting my Vinson myself with a lot of trial and error, now that it is hot, the Vinson needs rejetting again.

Hunterworks kit makes it very easy.

I also did not remove the throttle or choke linkage from the carbs to do the Hunterworks mods and jets. I took photos if anyone is interested to see them.

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I also did not unhook the choke cables, I did unhook the throttle cable though. All together took about 2 hours to do. It is a little tricky getting the needles in while it is still attached by the choke cables, but not frustrating.
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