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Triumph kit velocity stack question

Hello All, I got a question regards to the kit velocity stacks. I see there is 2 kits available, one is A9618090 for gen2 which is all equal length and the other one is A9618063 for gen1 which is two long one short. I got a 09 D675 is there any down side fitting the A9618063 on it?
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No one? How about comparison old kit stack vs new kit stack? Where does the power band move to? I have installed the old kit stack and found boosted mid range but lost some top end has anyone try 09 stack on 1st and 2nd cylinder and the short old kit stack in cylinder #3?

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can you still buy these? if so where? tks
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Uk race support has these: https://uk-race-support.myshopify.co...elocity-stacks

Unfortunately they are sold out but maybe contact them and see if they can help
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Yeah, I picked up a used set on ebay a while back and just found out there is two version of it. I believe Bikebandit still have the old version for $99 right now, but I am not sure which would be better since the version 1 was design off the 1st gen Daytona and I have the 2nd gen which the head is slightly different at least on the exhaust ports.

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Yeah, I picked up a used set on ebay a while back and just found out there is two version of it. I believe Bikebandit still have the old version for $99 right now, but I am not sure which would be better since the version 1 was design off the 1st gen Daytona and I have the 2nd gen which the head is slightly different at least on the exhaust ports.
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http://www.bikebandit.com/oem-parts/...54248sch737993

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Just buy 13+ Daytona stacks... unless you need aluminum

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How is the 13+ compare to 09 stacks? Are they shorter?

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