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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-28-2010, 10:36 PM Thread Starter
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here are a few pics of what I did for my ear shave...









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that looks like the same set up I did.. lol...
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Gotta say I'm not digging this way of doing it but, to each his own. I like the K&N pod filters better as I do not have to removed the tank to get to my filters the way you have to do with yours.

Nice job though.
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What you going to do if you have a back fire filter fire?

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Gotta say I'm not digging this way of doing it but, to each his own. I like the K&N pod filters better as I do not have to removed the tank to get to my filters the way you have to do with yours.

Nice job though.
I didn't like the look of the pods...that's why I went this route.
BTW- It takes maybe 5 mins to get the tank off....believe me, I've done it a million times so far working on this project!
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What you going to do if you have a back fire filter fire?

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Backfire? My bike don't backfire
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that looks like the same set up I did.. lol...
Yup, I got the idea from you

Hey, if I dont get all the glitches worked out I may be looking for you....

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