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2016 CRF my first bike and build!

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G'day all from a land down under. My name's Jordan and I have got myself a 2016 cef250l with 1000km on it. I have actually owned the bike for 2 years but due to injury haven't been able to ride it. However the time has come for me to get on the damn thing. So I go for my license in 1 week so I have only been doing some short trips down the street into the bush and playing around on the dirt. First impression. Bit of a slug compared to my old race 250. So after two rides I have drilled out the factory snorkel to 40mm and put in a 90° 40mm PVC pipe into it. Also ordered a K&N air filter and hacked the living S$%t out of the exhaust ( taken out the arestor / cat ) and re welded the muffler back together. Sounds better and seems to have a bit better low down pulling power. What is want to know is if my bike is running way to lean? Thought you guys and girls would be the people to ask. Cheers

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It is lean from the factory. You have added more breathing capacity (even more can be had by adding a CBR250 or 2017+ CRF250L throttle-body), now you need to add more fuel. You can do this with a piggy-back fuel computer like EJK, or a CBR250 ECU swap. 

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12 hours ago, rz_racer_69 said:

It is lean from the factory. You have added more breathing capacity (even more can be had by adding a CBR250 or 2017+ CRF250L throttle-body), now you need to add more fuel. You can do this with a piggy-back fuel computer like EJK, or a CBR250 ECU swap. 

In your opinion what's the better option. EJK would probably be the easiest install wise plus you can get it reprogrammed if I ever went the big bore kit. Does the cbr250 ecu need to be modified like pin shout or is it just plug and play?

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