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Went with the paul yaffee phantom

Discussion in 'Exhaust' started by dentdude36, Jul 26, 2016.

  1. dentdude36

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    image.jpeg image.jpeg Went with the phantom and spike air cleaner no running issues(after removing the bowl vent plug) put the exhaust on today and dialed in the carb running .31 int and .78 main no decel popping!:old2:
     
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    I didn't know about the bowl vent plug and was getting hesitation on acceleration when I put the spike on(thanks Ker)!
     
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    Looking good. You see what it looks like spike up?

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    I seen pics but wanted to try it forward and seems good
     
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    Now you use the muffler mounting bracket for the nitrous system..... :old2:
     
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    Lookin good Dude :old2: ya need one of these 90 degree fuel line fittings to get rid of that loop:whoop:
    [​IMG]Oh, is that a K&N filter in the cone or paper? If its K&N it needs oil and a rain sock or it will suck water in if you ever get caught in rain.
     
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    Looks great Kevin, bet it sounds fantastic..
     
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    Looks awesome. Love that pipe.
     
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    Dam " I LOVE THOSE PIPES " been trying to save up for a set but all HELL all ways breaks loose .
     
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    Are those a pain to install
     
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    Looks great for sure :old2:
     
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    I need one for sure so where do I get one?
     
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    Got mine off eBay just make sure it's for rsd (right side drive) in pics in shows it on a big dog
     
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    Looks awesome and very clean. If you are still having hesitation issues, try adjusting the Accelerator Pump. Turn it all the way in and back out about 1 turn. From that point hit the throttle if it hesitates take it our 1/4 turn at a time and so on until you get to stop hesitating on acceleration.

    Carlos :chopper:
     
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    It does sound nice
     
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    You're bike looks great. Nice work.
     
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    Turn the gas off, drain the line, remove the fitting in there now and install the new one and cut a little hose off and reattach and your done.
     
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    :old2: Hey Kev, looks great, how about a quick video so we dreamers can take a listen to it? Are those prone to bluing (doesn't seem so since they have heat shields) ?
    Safe trails..:chopper:
     
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    Pipe is ceramic coated black and has chrome heat shields so it won't blue,, here's a video.
     
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