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I'm building a type of cold air intake for my Raptor. The only problem I see is that sometimes it will be letting more air in than other times and the jetting will not always be right.
Should I continue with this or quite because of the problem above.
 

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If it's a 700 I don't see what the problem would be there is no jetting, it's fuel injected. If it's a 660 I can't help ya, i'm not familiar with em. But if your gonna do a type of cold air check this link out...http://www.electricsupercharger.com/
Something new to look at if you haven't saw it already.
 

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It works for atv's, I found out about it from a guy that had one installed on his 700.
 

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Xlr8hers said:
It works for atv's, I found out about it from a guy that had one installed on his 700.
That thing pulls way too much power for an atv's setup. I think that would fry our stuff.
 

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The electric superchargers are absolute tripe. Do not waste your money.

If you need to know why, go back and take some high school physics. To produce any meaningful boost, a supercharger needs about 100X as much power to drive it than that 12V motor will every produce,
 

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If you are talking a forced air induction like on some sport street bikes, than you may have a lean prob unless the FI computer can adjust for it. I would guess we could pick more power if we could get cooler air into the engine. I think you woudl be OK if you dont have a venturi (funnel) setup on the end of the intake facing forward.
 
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