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I ride a 1998 RR-W Blade with 12k on the clock. The bike is stock apart from a Remus Revolution end can (baffle removed).

I recently had it dyno'd and the fueling was pretty good, it is very slighty lean at full throttle but nothing to worry about.

Is it worth fitting a K&N high flow air filter and a stage 1 Dynojet kit?

Here is my dyno graph - Yfrog - dynochart

Cheers

Stefan.
 

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Hi

I ride a 1998 RR-W Blade with 12k on the clock. The bike is stock apart from a Remus Revolution end can (baffle removed).

I recently had it dyno'd and the fueling was pretty good, it is very slighty lean at full throttle but nothing to worry about.

Is it worth fitting a K&N high flow air filter and a stage 1 Dynojet kit?

Here is my dyno graph - Yfrog - dynochart

Cheers

Stefan.
What are you chasing - a bigger number on the dyno or a more usable midrange?
The jet kit might give you a couple of peak hp but the graph looks pretty good to me so I wouldn't mess with it.
A K&N will probably cost you some power, but even if it did give you some more it wouldn't be much.
 

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I'd recommend dropping a tooth off the front sprocket if you haven't already done so. Doesn't change the power curve but it does let you use more of it.
 

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Does dropping the front sprocket by 1 tooth alter the speedo reading in anyway?
Yes. You will also use more fuel.
There is always a downside :)
 
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