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post #11 of 18 Old 10-20-2008, 07:24 PM
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Unless they have made some great changes to the EFI module, you will run lean with an aftermarket filter. These things, just like street bikes, run a little lean from the factory due to emission regulations. I'm new to quads, but have built some decent street bikes, nitrous to turbo setups and have always added an aftermarket management system. I am running one click up on all of the factory settings that 2Bros sent me and the quad is running great.
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My Velocity filter will be coming by UPS today. Any tips for mounting the adapter?
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So how loud is that 2Bros pipe on your XX? How do you like it? Was it worth the bucks?
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So how loud is that 2Bros pipe on your XX? How do you like it? Was it worth the bucks?
Its real loud, but a deep sound. Tried it with the spark arrestor out and it was too loud, even for me. Installed the velocity filter today. About a 5 min job, nice and easy. Just had to wash it first, let it dry, lube it and install the adapter, which is only a plastic ring that slips into the stock pipe in the air box.
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The filter is a simple install. I'm not sure if Trailin me had an early version but mine only came with a slip collar you slid into the original mount and then fitted air cleaner and tightened worm gear.
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Here's some pics out the box and installed

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What did you do with the little crankcase breather that pushes into the side of the filter? A foam filter will allow it to seal off by pushing into it, but it doesn't look like you will get a seal with the gauze type filter.
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You really never get much of a vacuum on the crankcase with how the stock setup is made. I just left it as is. The main purpose of the factory setup is to contain any blow by and not actually pull vacuum on the crankcase. Also on a side note I run the optimizer through the snorkel into the breather box to keep outta the elements
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