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Old 11-20-2008, 03:23 PM   #1
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What is that for? Is that on top of the airbox?
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You need to post a few pictures from a different angle. Can't see what you are trying to do for an air opening on this Brute Force lid.
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Old 11-21-2008, 06:13 AM   #4
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You need to post a few pictures from a different angle. Can't see what you are trying to do for an air opening on this Brute Force lid.
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That was my point lol it was a teaser pic.

here you go, this lid allows you to block the front opening and keep same air flow while protecting it from mud/whatever.




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how much?
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Old 11-21-2008, 12:48 PM   #6
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Seriosly HOW DO WE GET IT?
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So I have a stock 08 BF750i except for the EPI big tire package clutch kit. How do you propose sealing the orignal intake up? Also will this work on an EFI bike without a EFI controller mod? Any HP gains by any chance? That would be a pleasurable by-product. I just want to do it so I don't have to snorkle it.
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Its not cheap but its a nice setup $190 it will be undergoing quite a bit of testing next week hopefully. If not then the first after thanksgiving. We have our intake done also so they will both be going on the dyno at same time for final numbers. We have them on the site now but they wont actually be available for 2 weeks. I dont foresee much HP difference or flow rate compared to a stock intake. I think that the mud lid will not change jetting or efi setup but we wont know for sure for a few days whne the dyno gets freed up.

oh also i know we will get asked,
1- it doesnt flow as much as our other lids
2- we will also offer a cheaper scoop/hardware setup for those guys already running our lids and want to convert.
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Its not cheap but its a nice setup $190 it will be undergoing quite a bit of testing next week hopefully. If not then the first after thanksgiving. We have our intake done also so they will both be going on the dyno at same time for final numbers. We have them on the site now but they wont actually be available for 2 weeks. I dont foresee much HP difference or flow rate compared to a stock intake. I think that the mud lid will not change jetting or efi setup but we wont know for sure for a few days whne the dyno gets freed up.

oh also i know we will get asked,
1- it doesnt flow as much as our other lids
2- we will also offer a cheaper scoop/hardware setup for those guys already running our lids and want to convert.
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Why can't you get it molded out of a plastic and make it cheaper. How much is the convert kit if you are already running your lid now?
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Its not cheap but its a nice setup $190 it will be undergoing quite a bit of testing next week hopefully. If not then the first after thanksgiving. We have our intake done also so they will both be going on the dyno at same time for final numbers. We have them on the site now but they wont actually be available for 2 weeks. I dont foresee much HP difference or flow rate compared to a stock intake. I think that the mud lid will not change jetting or efi setup but we wont know for sure for a few days whne the dyno gets freed up.

oh also i know we will get asked,
1- it doesnt flow as much as our other lids
2- we will also offer a cheaper scoop/hardware setup for those guys already running our lids and want to convert.
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Any advantages to this over snorkeling then? Since that price is so whack.
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