Originally Posted by maniac57
If you have no idea how to swap the carbs, why bother in the first place? The stock NT carbs work fine.
You may notice a difference, but that new carb will not make much power on a new stock engine. Once it's fully broken in, you can worry about carb tuning.
I have to agree with Maniac the stock "speed" nt carbys work a treat and are easy to tune , I purchased a racing carby and the thing was a pain in the arse to tune , there's no way to tune it without replacing jets and there's no pin adjust , I went back to the speed NT , IMHO the racing carby slide is much more prone to seizing with dirt and a pain to fit the cable correctly
Yeah the air filter looks cool but it's not worth the potential issues you can have with the racing carbys in my oppinion