Is it really that easy
When I bought my bike it came with a box of parts. Included in the box were a set of pods and a box of jets and other carb parts. I have drilled my stock pipes and would love to add the pods and rejet but here is my dilemma...is it really that easy? I am fairly mechanically inclined but when I get into new territory I get nervous I am going to screw something up. Last thing I want is to take my running bike and turn it into something I have to trailer to a mechanic. When I first got it I removed and cleaned the carbs myself but I couldn't solve my running issues. I still had to take it to a mechanic. That makes me even more nervous about tackling the jetting.
I read here where folks with no experience have done it with no issues but I am still apprehensive about it. On the flip side I would love to know how to do it, and if it's that easy I would hate to pay someone to do it for me.
2006 V-Star 1100 Classic
Silverado windshield and passing lamps
OE Highway bar with custom mounting brackets
Kuryakyn Dually ISO Highways pegs
Barons Nasty Boy Slip-ons
Kuryakyn led headlight halo