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My drz has a full yosh and the other day I removed the spark arrestor and I think it made the bike sound better. Will this make the bike run any more lean, the previous owner changed a few things in the carb, moved a needle or pin up or something??, to help compensate for the exhaust but that is all, I can feel a flat spot in the mid range but nothing else on the low or top end.

Long story short, will I run it to lean or burn anything up if I remove the spark arrestor?
 

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My drz has a full yosh and the other day I removed the spark arrestor and I think it made the bike sound better. Will this make the bike run any more lean, the previous owner changed a few things in the carb, moved a needle or pin up or something??, to help compensate for the exhaust but that is all, I can feel a flat spot in the mid range but nothing else on the low or top end.

Long story short, will I run it to lean or burn anything up if I remove the spark arrestor?
Probably will only ending up burning the entire forest you just rode through :rofl:
 

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My drz has a full yosh and the other day I removed the spark arrestor and I think it made the bike sound better. Will this make the bike run any more lean, the previous owner changed a few things in the carb, moved a needle or pin up or something??, to help compensate for the exhaust but that is all, I can feel a flat spot in the mid range but nothing else on the low or top end.

Long story short, will I run it to lean or burn anything up if I remove the spark arrestor?
I don't have my spark arrestor in and haven't had any problems.
 
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