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choke flap.
« on: 20:10, Tue 28 August 2012 »
Hi guys just wondering, ive seen a few people running there carbs without the choke flap. Can anyone tell me the benefits of this? Obviously i know that without one it will be a pig when
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Re: choke flap.
« Reply #1 on: 21:21, Tue 28 August 2012 »
better air flow and less restriction


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Re: choke flap.
« Reply #2 on: 10:34, Wed 29 August 2012 »
As said less restriction and slightly better flow, you can remove the flap but you can keep the fast idle on the exterior aswell to assist with cold start's