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Questions & Answers
Honda CB360 - Does this exhaust require adjustment to the carburetor or jets?
You may be able to get away with installing the MAC slip-ons without making any adjustments to fueling. That said, to get the best possible throttle response and engine power output, you'll certainly want to re-jet the carburetors. Any time you change the way air gets into, or out of, the motor - you should adjust the CB360 caburetor's fuel delivery to avoid any problems.
For that particular bike, it uses Keihin carburetors and I do believe they're of our EBC Keihin hex-head type of main jet type. If not, then it probably uses EBC Keihin slot head main jets. Please be sure to have a look in your carbs before ordering the main jets. We also have the appropriate Keihin pilot jets in our store to fit those carbs. What sizes you'll need, exactly - I can't say for sure since the bike isn't in front of me.
2009 suzuki s40
with mac #343544 does the carb need to be re-jetted?
Yes, you'll need to adjust fuel delivery in order for your bike to run properly. Fortunately, Dynojet makes the perfect Stage 1 S40 Boulevard jet kit for that bike. Plus, the included instructions in the kit provide excellent guidance for setting up fuel delivery to get the most out of the new exhaust. While you could go ahead and just put the pipe on, you'll most likely find the bike misses at certain power settings and falls flat on its face when you crack the throttle at certain speeds. The jet kit eliminates all of that which is why we recommend one to go with any carbureted bike that gets a new exhaust system.