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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-09-2011, 05:43 PM Thread Starter
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Has any one tried these?

Hello All,
I'm planning my earshave project and wanted to know if someone may have tried out velocity stacks on their bike. I was lookinfg at a pair on PJ Motor sports and it drew my curiosity. I had a pair on my old KZ and I like the look of something different. Plus the advantage of moving the intake away from the motor to get a little cooler air. I realize the performance gain is nil as well. I'm not sure either if the jetting and shims would be the same as when using the K&N's, fitment , etc. I plan on picking up a set of Harley take off mufflers and do that project at the same time. Any and all input is welcome!


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Those look pretty cool! The biggest questions would be fitment clearance and jetting I assume. If you do decide to do it, definitely post pics and configuration data!

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Check out this link VoIP Doc...

http://www.pjmotorsports.com/velocit...k-filters.html

Scroll to the bottom..lots of pics of diff applications, including motorcycles.

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Hey Viop, I tried to post the hyperlink but since I'm a nubie I was not allowed. Will post pics later when I'm not at work....
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