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NOW they are long stacks 

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26 minutes ago, mark3evo said:

NOW they are long stacks 

Yea, but they have a hole in the bottom....;)

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31 minutes ago, Kzin said:

Yea, but they have a hole in the bottom....;)

big frontal area on air filter  2x Gen1

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2 hours ago, Busa Harbour man said:

This is why the airbox is so big....

 

and the fuel tank small :beat:

 

BHM

Have you test ridden one yet , you will like it 

:coffeebreak:

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Improves the top end. Too big a hole and you lose the advantage of long stacks. If the hole is too big the stacks basically become short stacks. Dependant on where the hole is drilled. We moved the hole up and down and varied the size to find the best improvement.

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3 hours ago, JOHN-DYNOSTAR said:

Improves the top end. Too big a hole and you lose the advantage of long stacks. If the hole is too big the stacks basically become short stacks. Dependant on where the hole is drilled. We moved the hole up and down and varied the size to find the best improvement.

 

How big was the difference testing ?

 

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