This kit includes enough jets that it can be used as either Stage 1 or Stage 3
Stage 1: Specifically for motorcycles with stock engines using stock airboxes, air filters and stock or aftermarket exhaust systems
Adjust to allow for the use of well-designed aftermarket exhaust systems and stock replacement air filters
Get better throttle response and driveability
Expect power increases of approximately 5 percent throughout the power range
Stage 3: For motorcycles with stock or slightly modified engines that have individual air filters and stock or aftermarket exhaust systems
Proper jetting and individual filters offer no performance improvement on certain engine and airbox designs and compromise driveability - Stage 3 kits are not available for these models
Expect a power increase of 10-15 percent, short stroke high RPM motors are susceptible to compromised driveability as a result
Included Items: (8) Main jets(4 ea. -138,142)
(4) Fuel needles
(4) Adjusting washers
(1) Plug drill
The Air Resources Board (ARB) does not permit the use of aftermarket emission-related parts that alter the air/fuel ratio of an emission-controlled vehicle. Due to these legal restrictions this part cannot be shipped to California.
2002 Suzuki 1200 bandit stage three, open element k&n's, scorpion slip on, fixed all of the fueling issues. Midrange power is unbelievable, no more waiting for the powerband. I have never reviewed a product before, but want to share this experience with you. It will put a smile on you face, when you twist your right hand. The slip on cured vibrations from stock exhaust. Open element k&ns cured the undersized factory air box.
Had lots of problems with the carbs on this bike. PO had been playing with the carbs and used different jets to get pod filters working before I got the bike. Set everything back to stock and still the bike wasnt right.
With the stage 3 kit from DJ the bike ran fantastic compared to the original hodgepodge the PO had done with his genius. The only negative with this setup is throttle blip in the low>mid 3-4rpm it wants more fuel. I think the floats need to be adjusted to allow more fuel into the bowl.
This bike ROARS on the topend with crisp power and awesome acoustics from the pod filters.