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Ok i met this guy at Pismo dunes and he had this really, really fast YFZ. so i stoped him and he showed me all the things he had on it. He had a pipe and he builds his own intake system! It comes with a K&N air filter, this little aluminum bracket that replaces the the entire air box. i bought it off him and let me tell you this thing rips with it on. It comes with the K&N air filter (it is a 400ex filter because it is bigger and lets more air flow) it comes with a bigger air boot, the aluminum bracket, the K&N outer wear and thats it. He sells them for 150$ and they are high quality. i highly suggest everyone buy this. his phone # is 559-967-3435 and his name is bill
 

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Sandman, dont forget to get those pics and post them either over here or at bluettaxx, better yet both.

Very interested, does this do away with the air box completly?
 

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Sounds to me like the box is eliminated and the boot to the carb is straightened out for a smoother flow rather all those bumps and turns. I trying to see what can work using the air box. just for those xc guys.
 

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Originally posted by dlnoss@Oct 25 2003, 07:20 AM
Mine uses the airbox. YFZCentral members get a 10% discount.




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That's nice but the boot stays the same with this setup.

I am looking for a "duners only" mod.

Like maybe deleting the airbox or something
 

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This system gets rid of the entire air box! Just imagine a K&N floating in the middle where your air box used to be! I ran his filter setup and i had to move my main up to a 185 and all i have is the slip on and cam mod. I will get pics up asap! :rock :yfz
 

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I want to see a pic because I also have devised something that removes the entire airbox
 

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Hey Dlnoss: I already have the aluminum piece, just need the K&N filter. What size is it?
The filter has a 4-1/2" Flange, is 5-7/8" diameter and is 6" long.

If the airbox is removed, I would definitely support the filter somehow. I've seen 'pod' filters bounce off of Banshees. You usually don't know it has happened until you've sucked a bunch of crap into your engine.$$$$$$
 
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