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I asked this question yesterday, evidently it was lost. Did anyone dino the 300R after the mods were made? I have a 05' 300R and the only thing I've done to it was to unplug it. I noticed a slight difference in the power and it sounds cooler. I think I'll do the mods but I'm curious to know how much horsepower the engine will gain from it. Thanks :)

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I asked this question yesterday, evidently it was lost. Did anyone dino the 300R after the mods were made? I have a 05' 300R and the only thing I've done to it was to unplug it. I noticed a slight difference in the power and it sounds cooler. I think I'll do the mods but I'm curious to know how much horsepower the engine will gain from it. Thanks :)

Dynojet has a dyno chart showing the results of using their kit. It's on their website. Look for the kit for the KLX300.

Ride on

Brewster

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yup it is, Kawi needs to think about making some changes to this bike

I'm really hoping that Kawi will look at the CRF X and WR's and make a trail version of the KXF. By the time it's sorted out, I might be ready for a new bike.

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I have a 2001 model with the following:

Mikuni 33mm pumper carb with hot start

shift kit

FMF header and pipe

air box removed

Race Tech suspension

Renthal bar

I've never ridden a bone stock KLX300R so I have no frame of reference but I can tell you this is the hottest little ride I've ever had. Power everywhere and the suspension is unbelievable. I bought it on ebay for $2000 last summer I just bought an 02 WR426 and though it's got plenty of power, it's going to need some work to get the suspension even close.

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