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Where to mount the fuel controller on my XX

Hey, I am getting the Big 3 kit from Eric at EHS Racing. Where is the best place to mount the fuel controller on the Honda XX. I see that this is a popular upgrade whether it's this brand or another mfg., just wanted to know where everyone mounts it to keep it dry and secure. I am looking forward to the increased power and throttle response that this kit brings. I have heard nothing but good results from this combo on the XX.

Thanks in advance for your help !

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there are detailed directions on how to mount it in the air box on Eric's web site.
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This is to follow up on the above question. Installing the Big 3 from EHS Racing was the best upgrade that I've done yet to my xx, WOW, the extra power and torque is nice. Installation was a breeze, thanks to Eric, the EFI controller was mounted in the air box and the Barkers Full exhaust went on quickly without any of the clearance problems with the engine. Anyone on the fence, thinking about doing this upgrade should bite the bullet and DO IT, you will not be sorry. Thanks again Eric for all the help.

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This is to follow up on the above question. Installing the Big 3 from EHS Racing was the best upgrade that I've done yet to my xx, WOW, the extra power and torque is nice. Installation was a breeze, thanks to Eric, the EFI controller was mounted in the air box and the Barkers Full exhaust went on quickly without any of the clearance problems with the engine. Anyone on the fence, thinking about doing this upgrade should bite the bullet and DO IT, you will not be sorry. Thanks again Eric for all the help.
i will second that. the simplist and easiest bolt on extra horse ponies you can get. without messing up your stock reliability


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good deal, glad i could help. did you change back to the 14T yet?


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No I'm sticking to the 13T for now, may drop to the 12T. The 6 ply Kutters are two inches taller both front and rear, I may be close to stock gearing now. The big 3 gave me a ton of lower end torque and pulls even harder right up to redline at 8600 RPM.

I'll know more this weekend as we are riding Hatfield and McCoy/Outlaw trails Friday and Saturday. I love the extra power, now I want more !

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there are detailed directions on how to mount it in the air box on Eric's web site.


sorry but not meeting these instructions, you can put the link?
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Here's how I did mine.
https://www.club700xx.com/vb/showthread.php?t=7175

Most cut a slot in the airbox above the breather pipe.

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