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post #21 of 39 Old 06-29-2018, 04:49 PM
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Hello,
it depends on what one wants to get,
it's 100% sure,
more fuel will be injected,
because these bolides,
have electronic injection,
especially for a question of emissions,
if little air enters,
combustion is not good, many emissions
and then injection, send less fuel,
proportionate to the air (stoichiometric ratio)
As mentioned above, it is only a small improvement,
of course I know that it will not become an atv dragstar,
but I'm sure improvement is obvious
I know of intakes being packed with dry ice, and it does work , not to practical on a quad, tho it could be done . to get more power get a better camshaft . you could also move the throttle body back ,away, from the head . move it one inch and you will pick up some TQ.

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Lol, so you think if you add a full exhaust, port & polished head, larger piston etc, the bike will just know how much fuel to send? Or it auto adjusts if you remove the air box lid? If that were the case, fuel injection wouldn't need after market fuel controlers or dyno tuned.

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Hello,
you're right,
but,
It depends.
If I change the exhaust,
I know, it's mandatory,
an injection modifier,
or even if I change the cylinder, piston,
of course,
in this there are no doubts.
But if currently, I am original,
already with an open filter,
I've obtained,
an improvement, evident.
Now, even with third gear, the quad goes up, with anterior.
I am already happy enough.
The silencer, however,
heat up too much, the filter,
and I ask you, experts,
changing silencer,
Does it heat less, or is it the same?
Thank you

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I know of intakes being packed with dry ice, and it does work , not to practical on a quad, tho it could be done . to get more power get a better camshaft . you could also move the throttle body back ,away, from the head . move it one inch and you will pick up some TQ.
Hello,
there's someone who moved the body accelerator,
is there some post or photo,
in this sense?
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Are you not running a pre filter over that filter? With the opening in the air box lid, lots of dirt will get in. At least if your terrain is similar to mine. Looks like you got it to fit the intake well. And I like the hole in the lid, but I might of went larger.

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Hello,
you're right,
but,
It depends.
If I change the exhaust,
I know, it's mandatory,
an injection modifier,
or even if I change the cylinder, piston,
of course,
in this there are no doubts.
But if currently, I am original,
already with an open filter,
I've obtained,
an improvement, evident.
Now, even with third gear, the quad goes up, with anterior.
I am already happy enough.
The silencer, however,
heat up too much, the filter,
and I ask you, experts,
changing silencer,
Does it heat less, or is it the same?
Thank you
did you repack the silencer ?

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Are you not running a pre filter over that filter?
Never mind I see now in 2nd picture how it will filter all air, nice job!

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did you repack the silencer ?
I tried to apply glass fiber,
but externally, silencer,
the side where there is air filter,
to reduce heat, in that area,
but without success
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Never mind I see now in 2nd picture how it will filter all air, nice job!

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Thank you,
it's a prefilter,
very simple,
it was the bag, sent together with the helmet
and has an interesting porosity,
quite tight,
but a lot of air,
It allows to cross

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