This thread discusses the Content article: Rejet Your Carburetor
Wating for my Kurykayn Pro-R Hypercharger that is supposed to come with everything to re-jet. Figured this out after I ordered a Dyno
Anyway, I'm really timid about screwing with my carb
and considering taking it to the dealer for re-jetting. Everyone seems to have no big problems re-jetting on their own, so I'm beginning to think about having a go at it myself. I read through the subject article in the tech section and it doesn't look too bad....a lot better than the instructions kurykayn has for the hypercharger on their web site, whihc sort of scared me off from doing it myself. I understand the article doesn't pertain to my hypercharger, but the jist of what is where and how to go about it would be about the same.
It's going on with HK big straights. Anyone think I would probably be able to do this myself as a not-so-technical and practiced non-mechanical type? I have basic tools (screwdrivers, sockets, hex
, etc), nothing fancy. I enjoy working on the bike, just don't want to screw it up and have no way to get it to the dealer for fixin' if I can't get it running after my fiddlin'.
I'm leaning toward giving it a try after seeing other posts. How hard can it be? Then again, seems there are a lot of posts in the forum about jetting!
Michael<br><br>Post edited by: DaBuckman, at: 2007/05/02 13:47