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    WaveRaider 1100 Reeds

    http://shop.bansheedepot.com/Yamaha-...0-Reeds-91.htm

    I have run TDR reeds on all of my RZ350's and it seemed to help the throttle out a lot. Would these be any good in a waveraider 1100? Any jetting changes that need to be made?

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    Re: WaveRaider 1100 Reeds

    Would these be any good in a waveraider 1100?
    Group K says no

    Any jetting changes that need to be made?
    Group K says yes

    REEDS - The stock reeds and cages on these machines have consistently outperformed any aftermarket reeds we have tested. Some aftermarket reeds can offer better power for 20 - 30 operating minutes. However after that amount of time the material often "looses its memory" or begins to chip. As this happens, the performance offered by these weakened aftermarket reeds becomes worse than stock. If you do choose to purchase reed cages or petals from any aftermarket manufacturer, get an assurance that their in-house technicians will be able to help you with the carb tuning needed to get your engine running properly.
    http://www.groupk.com/y1100-1200.htm

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    Re: WaveRaider 1100 Reeds

    I'm looking at changing the petals not the whole Reed valve. From my RZ350 experience jetting isn't required for that it just helps with throttle response and a wee bit of power.

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    Re: WaveRaider 1100 Reeds

    Seems like you have talked yourself in to it in spite of Grop K experience that it is a bad idea - It's your time and money and ski so go for it
    If you do choose to purchase reed cages or petals from any aftermarket manufacturer, get an assurance that their in-house technicians will be able to help you with the carb tuning needed to get your engine running properly.

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    Re: WaveRaider 1100 Reeds

    Didn't know TDR made reeds!
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