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post #11 of 134 (permalink) Old 08-10-2009, 08:51 PM
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I have a GYTR w/ outerwear...would the air intake gain be worth going to the larger monsterflow intake ?


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Has anyone used the velocity intake system? Its priced similiar to the billet adapters w/filters, but to me would be a better option for power that is.
ive been running a velocity intake for last 2 summers and has worked just fine.
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do u run the velocity intake with a power commander if you do, would i be alright without a power commander? (everything on my bike is stock an intake would be my first mod)
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do u run the velocity intake with a power commander if you do, would i be alright without a power commander? (everything on my bike is stock an intake would be my first mod)
I would make the power commander your first mod. It would make it too lean.


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Is it better to run an intake with box or without the box?
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I run alot of trails I live east of the mississippi so I went FCI w/box. There's all kinds of condictions I see from mud to dusty to water crossing,this is all in one day no matter if it's rained in a month or not. This is why I ran the box to keep water from splashing in from bottom. If I get in deeper than top of the box I'm screwed no matter if got a box or not? So it's up to you and your plans for future mods.


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This was a great post, I have a question. I have a velocity filter with a plastic adapter, Im not sure of the diameter of the adapter. After reading another intake related post a couple of days ago, I felt like a foam filter would probably be better for the dusty riding I do. My velocity is pretty warn out anyway and should be replaced. Does anyone know if any of the foam filters will fit my adapter or will I need to buy a whole kit?
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This was a great post, I have a question. I have a velocity filter with a plastic adapter, Im not sure of the diameter of the adapter. After reading another intake related post a couple of days ago, I felt like a foam filter would probably be better for the dusty riding I do. My velocity is pretty warn out anyway and should be replaced. Does anyone know if any of the foam filters will fit my adapter or will I need to buy a whole kit?
Measure the outside diameter of your intake and call up UNI. They may have something for you.

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Finally got these in. Now the guys who want to run the big adapter can have the extra protection of a foam wrap on their KN intake.

Price is $19

http://tqsatv.com/proddetail.php?pro...TAKE-FOAM-WRAP





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Nice! I wish you had those before I bought foam from UNI and made my own.

Although one concern is that that wrap will be a little difficult to use if you have an air box. The foam I used to make my wrap is about half as thick and it is sort of hard to put the filter (wrap included) inside my air box. I'd like to use thicker foam though.

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