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    skcorpion Array skcorpion's Avatar
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    Lining the air intake tubes, and the airbox

    Since I'm new to this, need some help....

    I've got the header wrap, and fairing taken care of. Have the front sprocket covered (have the material to line/insulate, just need to do the work).

    Now for the air intake tubes and the airbox.

    Really not sure what/how to do this.

    What material would I use and where would it go?

    My concern is that I'm going to 'starve' the intake, so need to do this properly.

    Any input is appreciated. Visuals are better if you have pics.....

    I guess my new twin will never see the Mission track with the new slip ons I just put on... I scared myself and the neighbours when I fired it up But, I loooooove my new bike
    A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort." - Herm Albright, 1876-1944, Author

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    Ride Solo Array GSP's Avatar
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    The 'Wack
    SV track, VFR road
    I think the main thing is to line the outside rather than the inside, where something could come loose and plug the intake.
    "When in doubt accelerate.
    It may not help you avoid the problem,
    but it'll end the suspense."

    WMRC #96 (retired)

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