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Hi all, new to the forum and Honda twins all together. Just got my first CL 350 twin, looking to make it a brat style ride. My question is, I want to ditch the stock air filters and use either UNI or KnN but does anyone have a main and secondary jet recommendation for using either of those.

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Welcome to HondaTwins, danktha1.

Here are some threads that might add to your knowledge:
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Welcome to the forum. There is no set formula. Every change/mod requires another change/mod. The 350 guys should be along soon to guide you. Get some extra spark plugs because you will probably need to do some plug chops to determine where you are going with your changes.
 

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what exhaust?, if stock exhaust, use the rubber snorkel out of the stock air filters and clamp a uni filter on that...then run stock jets
 

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Exhaust length is critical when removing air box on 350, 360, 450 (or any Honda with 3 jet carbs) Later models are just about impossible to jet, particularly the DOHC 750/900.
You WILL have a rich spot around 4,000rpm. DO NOT shim needle, it makes things worse
 
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