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post #1 of 7 Old 01-29-2010, 07:11 AM Thread Starter
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Air Box Mod.

Does anyone have a preference over doing the airbox or purchasing the EHS replacement. Is there any added performance? I have a two bros. tip and juice box. Thanks in advance.

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EHS lid kept the dirt out, I'm sure the air box mod that matlock did also kept out the dirt from what I understand. Either one would keep the debris out.



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The EHS box will keep out water if you trail ride, the foam cover will filter the dust but water will get into the box. Both will allow more than enuff air to flow.

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The EHS box will keep out water if you trail ride, the foam cover will filter the dust but water will get into the box. Both will allow more than enuff air to flow.

True. I completely forgot to add that!



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Check out what I did: https://www.club700xx.com/vb/showthread.php?t=2119

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Looks good Woodsrider! I guess i will give it a try. Do you have a source for the outerwear?

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The Outerwears material can be ordered through Dennis Kirk.

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