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Will the carbs from a 97 Suzuki GSXR 750 run without the airbox?

Will the carbs from a 97 Suzuki GSXR 750 run without the airbox, and if not, what do i need to change to make them?

The reason is I have a set of these carbs that are going into a 1.6 VW Polo and ive heard a lot of people saying that it can upset the carbs when you remove the airbox.

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  • richardjo401 Apr 15, 2010

    Thanks for that, yeh thats what i would have thought, i'll just have to try it and see then!

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Thats a new one. People dump the airbox all the time and run k&n air filters instead. The airbox doesnt make that much of a difference. in fact, some actually work better without it.

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