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I can't find a dealer in the area who sells dynojet but I was reading last night and ran across some references for "moose Racing by dynojet". I was on dynojets site and worry about counterfit kits so I didn't want to buy on ebay (a few bucks isn't worth the headache of getting the wrong stuff, even overnight is 2 days here so I went ahead today and ordered the moose racing jet kit. I did a search but didn't find anything. Am I going to regret this kit? I am already jetted but I have some bogging at about quarter throttle while cold and I wanted to try the different taper in the needle in the dynojet kit. I am planning on doing the carb mod and maybe even put a stage 1 cam in it while I have it all apart. Thanks, Al
 

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i just bought a moose slip-on....i like it so far. havent done much riding with it though.
 

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jeepin_al said:
I am not doubting that Moose is a quality brand, I am wondering if it is a rebadge dynojet kit.
it is a rebadged dynojet kit as are all of the other kits that I have seen. There are really one 2 kits made, the gyt-r and the DJ, if it doesn't say gyt-r on it, it is a DJ kit.
 

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CoalShedRacing said:
jeepin_al said:
I am not doubting that Moose is a quality brand, I am wondering if it is a rebadge dynojet kit.
it is a rebadged dynojet kit as are all of the other kits that I have seen. There are really one 2 kits made, the gyt-r and the DJ, if it doesn't say gyt-r on it, it is a DJ kit.
Hey CSR, what's your opinion on GYT-R vs. Dynojet? Six of one, half dozen of the other? Or is there a reasonable difference (besides numbering system)?
 
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