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I want to ask some advice on rejetting a suzuki intruder 800 that runs a split dual carb system. I run open pipes and been looking into rejetting the carbs for sometime now. The only question I have is that I am use to working on conjoined carbs and single carbs so when it comes to the split system. Whats the best course of action to go to get the proper jets but to also ensure that they stay tuned and synched. I have found some from JPCycles, but it seems the market is very limited when it comes to aftermarket parts for this model of suzuki. I was honestly just going to take it to a shop since I don't know much about the suzuki's carb set up but they even told me that they perosnally do not work on split carb systems so I am currently just seeking advice on the situation.
 

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Find a different shop.
Split dual carbs are VERY common.

Or you could put something resembling a muffler back on it and actually be a responsible rider.

If it runs good and doesn't pop and after-fire much, you probably are better off to leave it alone.
 
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