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post #11 of 16 Old 03-24-12, 20:32
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Cool. Looking forward to seeing the product.
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post #12 of 16 Old 03-28-12, 18:32
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Nice adaption of a bed pan.
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Nice adaption of a bed pan.
Sorry, I don't get it.

Anyway, I haven't had time to finish trimming it yet. This is out of the mould, with a slight trim to the edges. Purtty happy with it. Will be nicer when finished and clear coated... and even though nobody will see it unless the tank is off, I'll know it's there, and it should work well. I need to check exactly how much more volume over the stock it is... stay tuned... Orange is the mold, then inside and outside, and finally, an outside pic of stock lid. And yes, the carbon is lighter.
Next will be building the undertray for the Armour Bodies tail, since the muffler won't be there.

Nuno!
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That's really cool! You'll need to let us know how the results are with your new airbox lid, and what sort of tuning techniques need to go along with it.

I am not aware of anyone else making a different airbox lid for our bikes. If the gains are large enough, there might be a benefit to selling a couple extra ones.

Where do you mount the computer?
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post #15 of 16 Old 04-01-12, 22:14
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Sorry, I don't get it.

Anyway, I haven't had time to finish trimming it yet. This is out of the mould, with a slight trim to the edges. Purtty happy with it. Will be nicer when finished and clear coated... and even though nobody will see it unless the tank is off, I'll know it's there, and it should work well. I need to check exactly how much more volume over the stock it is... stay tuned... Orange is the mold, then inside and outside, and finally, an outside pic of stock lid. And yes, the carbon is lighter.
Next will be building the undertray for the Armour Bodies tail, since the muffler won't be there.

Nuno!
Sorry at first glance it looked like the top of the stool was a bed pan with the air box on top.
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Well, on the SV, I had room for a battery beside the front cylinder head, on the 675, nada is available for the ECU near the wiring harness plugs. It will now reside at the back of the bike. Looks like there's 46 wires I have to lengthen about 2 feet... (I mean, my wiring guy...not my department), but there's a lot of crap removed as well. Although I have an 06-08 r/r bracket, I'm mounting it under the tail for better airflow, since the muffler won't be up there either.

Nuno!

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