So I have a stock CB200T with stock carbs that I am converting into a cafe bike. I am using stock CL200 pipes and muffler, but I am getting rid of stock air filters.
My goal is to not have to re-jet the bike if possible, mostly because I don't want to deal with re-jetting and trying to track down jets. Anyways, I am going to replace the stock airboxes with two individual POD filters. Just wondering if this is going to be possible (without re-jetting) and if so, what type of POD filters should I get based on the pictures I post below.
There are some K&N filters and UNI filters, which are pretty big. I also found some Briggs Animal Racing Kart filters which will fit. Finally, the last picture shows some pretty small, angled carbs I found on ebay. Justing wondering which type of carb will allow me to run near stock settings (ie, smaller or larger POD filters). Was thinking maybe the smaller POD filters will limit air intake and might therefore more closely replicate the stock airbox.
K&N 20 degree angled: comes in 4" and 5" long version
UNI angled filter:
Briggs animal air filter: This one comes in both a 4" and 5" long version
Finally, the small little filter as seen on ebay. Here is a link:http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=380233750736&category=43979&_trksid=p5197.c0.m619