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Question Removing Fuel Master

Hello everyone, I've heard alot about people removing the fuel master on carbureted bikes to increase performance. Would like to hear what other more experienced people would have to say about this. Was thinking about doing it to my 2011 Ninja 250r. I'm a newb so please go easy on me. Thanks!
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There is no such thing as "fuel master". It's jets and fuel level in the carb bowls how you tune a carburated engine.

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I was told there's actually a piece restricting gas flow into the carb and that was what people were moding. But like I said I'm very newb to sport bikes.
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The flow of fuel is controlled by the jets, and you need to know what you're doing to get good results.

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I guess it does not have anything called fuel master, but you can tune carb for better performance and better efficiency.
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