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    PWCToday Newbie joe buths's Avatar
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    Re: New to modding, pipe?

    yeah the hooker is their brand, he said he could make it a 10/18 but thought I would be better off with the 10/16. This is also a swirl type. I don't know much about this so I took his advice. He said he'd have no problem selling me the skat but the hooker is just as good if not better and its $90 cheaper. His words. I just hope it gives me more low end combined with the nozzle. He said he would re pitch it for free if I didn't like it, but honestly I wouldn't know the difference between a 10/18 and 10/16 performance wise
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    Re: New to modding, pipe?

    I really want a pipe but I'm worried about tuning the carb to make it work as I really don't have any experience with that. I have heard of the pump stuffer before but have no Idea what it is
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    Re: New to modding, pipe?

    get the pipe! it's a must with the new prop. setting are not difficult at all.

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    Re: New to modding, pipe?

    Nice of Dave to offer free service if not satisfied. +1 on get the pipe. Tuning shouldn't be too far off from where you are now.

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    Re: New to modding, pipe?

    Quote Originally Posted by joe buths View Post
    I really want a pipe but I'm worried about tuning the carb to make it work as I really don't have any experience with that. I have heard of the pump stuffer before but have no Idea what it is
    You will definitely know if it's too lean. If you put the pipe on and it doesn't feel right, you need to make it richer. It's not too difficult, I wouldn't worry too much.
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    Re: New to modding, pipe?

    r&d pump stuffer ..wow! they've gone up in price!
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Kawasaki-SX...-/141363021528


    or the tbm ( i use this one)

    https://impros.com/store/pump-handli...e-pro-kit.html
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