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Discussion in 'Fuel / Air' started by myanoch, Jan 5, 2010.

  1. myanoch

    myanoch Active Member

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    I just installed my dual runner air system
    Too cold for anything else 10^ out with 0^ wind chill
    What a nice way to live
     

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    looks good....
     
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    That has to be hottest air induction on the planet,I had to have one too.It really does outperform other intake systems. Check out dyno runs at Bikers Dream Atlanta.
     
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    Got one............ The wow factor is good for at least 5HP :2thumbs:
     
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    Good looking set up.
     
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    Looks good. I have one hooked up to a taz. Man if only my wife sucked like that!
     
  7. myanoch

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    Thanks , when I first seen them I liked it
    hated the cost but it is nice
    Bikers dream had a fair price
    The one thing that makes the Dual Runner great is it gets away from the 3 screws for the stock air cleaner can loosen up and make their way into the carb
    That alone was worth the cost of the unit
    Do not like the posibility of a part that can make its way into engine
     
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    Good Job! Look Good Too! :2thumbs:

    I have the feeling that the dual runner provides much higher air flow than the D&M dual spikes like I have. Maybe that's what's next for me! :2thumbs:

    That's what they make loc-tite for! :lol::lol::lol:

    dead :D:cheers:
     
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    Nice!!!! I really like the looks of the dual intake. Put it on mine as well.
     
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    Obviously the dual runner projects forward more than the stock cover but how much leg room does it take away compared to the stock cover. Do the air cleaners come with the kit or do they get purchased seperately?
     
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    The leg issuse was a consern
    I can't ride it but sitting on it I do feal the leg bumping it a little
    The old cleaner was 5" out from head at the center so is the new one
    The difference is the new one starts a end left side of carb sharper than the old one which tapers back tward the rear of bike( more blended to the calf of the leg)
    But I do believe it's not a problem just different

    I did use loctite on the old air cleaner and primer because carb is non ferrous( had to take a loctite seminar at my last place of imployment)
    Still don't like screws in middle of a runnway to engine
    Put everything bothers me anyways thats me

    Thanks compliments guys
    Mike
     
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    Looks great! I love it! :2thumbs::2thumbs:
     
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    The filters do come with the intake. You can get blue colored ones as an option.
     
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    Looks great, I gotta get me one.
     
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    I've had one on my bike for a while now - never noticed it getting in the way of my leg - it's never even crossed my mind
     
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    My problem is the right knee was totaly repaced a few years ago
    It does act and feel different
    I glad it doesn't get in the way
    Other thing I sat on it in the garage not riding it, big difference
     
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    Got to have one

    Does anyone know the part number i need for a 09 Ridgeback with S&S G carb?
    Stinky
     
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    Badd Azzz:2thumbs:
     
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    does your leg rest on the filters?
     
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