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Stage One DynoJet Upgrad on Yamaha XV920 Hooligan Racer

The Yamaha Virago XV920 has been a popular platform for race inspired rebuilds over the last decade. It is easy to modify, light and fast. On this series of videos, Buffalo Chip video guy Brad Schneck was inspired by the Roland Sands Hooligan Flat Track races at the Chip, to make his own racer that might get him into the “run what you brung” class. The first step in the performance upgrade was a new exhaust from Mac Exhaust. But an aftermarket exhaust system requires a stage one jet kit to keep the bike from backfiring while riding. So he jumped on Dennis Kirk’s website and grabbed a Stage One Jet Kit from Dynojet to get the job done. Watch this easy how-to and follow along the steps to turn your outdated kitty into a speed fueled beast. This installation was performed on a 1983 Yamaha XV920k

 

Mac Exhaust Upgrade on Yamaha XV920 Hooligan racer

The Yamaha Virago XV920 has been a popular platform for race inspired rebuilds over the last decade. It is easy to modify, light and fast. One of the easiest upgrades you can give these old chopper style cruisers is a new exhaust system. Dennis Kirk sells a Mac Exhaust direct replacement upgrade for these bikes that takes your 2-to-1-to-2 stock exhaust and replaces it with a 2-to-2 baffled pipe system. It takes your bike from a purring kitten to a full blown adult Tiger ready to tear your face off. On this series of videos, Buffalo Chip video guy Brad Schneck was inspired by the Roland Sands Hooligan Flat Track races at the Chip, to make his own racer that might get him into the “run what you brung” class. Watch his easy how-to and follow along the steps to turn your outdated kitty into a speed fueled beast. This installation was performed on a 1983 Yamaha XV920k

 

Stage One DynoJet Upgrad on Yamaha XV920 Hooligan Racer

The Yamaha Virago XV920 has been a popular platform for race inspired rebuilds over the last decade. It is easy to modify, light and fast. On this series of videos, Buffalo Chip video guy Brad Schneck was inspired by the Roland Sands Hooligan Flat Track races at the Chip, to make his own racer that might get him into the “run what you brung” class. The first step in the performance upgrade was a new exhaust from Mac Exhaust. But an aftermarket exhaust system requires a stage one jet kit to keep the bike from backfiring while riding. So he jumped on Dennis Kirk’s website and grabbed a Stage One Jet Kit from Dynojet to get the job done. Watch this easy how-to and follow along the steps to turn your outdated kitty into a speed fueled beast. This installation was performed on a 1983 Yamaha XV920k

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