Oil injection delete opinions??

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  1. Robert Zumbro

    Robert Zumbro Member

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    My buddy said I should delete my oil injection on my 2004 blaster..is that recommended or just depends on the person kinda thing..opinions?? Thanks
     
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    99.9% of failures are operater error
    Failure to bleed properly after at flip
    Dirt from not cleaning around fill
    Running out of oil
    Improper oil

    if you are heavily modified maybe yes, or you could also use both
    Search member JoeAK47 he’s a good proponent of injection
     
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    Mine is jetted with v force reeds 4 reed cage and carbon fiber reeds with full fmf exhaust system..I always make sure mine is full..I was just curious because you see so many youtube vids about it..
     
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    Good system. Pull up to any gas station and fill up:D
    Really no reason to delete it
     
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    I was thinking the same..if it ain't broke don't fix it..I definitely wasn't wanting to do it because of how easy it is to just put gas in..Make sure oil tank is always full and just go..and plus the ones i see that has it done to don't have as much smoke coming out meaning there isn't as much lubrication
     
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    Brap on
     
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