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Stage 3 is what you're looking for.
Understand one Kit will include all supplies for both sides of the Carburetor ?
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Actually Dynojet doesn't make a complete kit. Use the jet kit and add pod air filters of your choice. Don't forget the crankcase breather filter as well.

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Actually Dynojet doesn't make a complete kit. Use the jet kit and add pod air filters of your choice. Don't forget the crankcase breather filter as well.
Ordered the Dynojet, Pod filters are already on, the crank case filter has me at a loss. Would you happen to have a link to it?
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Ordered the Dynojet, Pod filters are already on, the crank case filter has me at a loss. Would you happen to have a link to it?
Small PVC filter from auto store.

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Ordered the Dynojet, Pod filters are already on, the crank case filter has me at a loss. Would you happen to have a link to it?

One from this page should get you going:
https://www.knfilters.com/vent.htm?pkid=6366379&rw=1
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