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Why won't this work?

Has anybody put the open filters on the FI model? That way you can eliminate the air box and mabye get a little more power. I freakin hate the filter setup on this thing. You go on one ride and your filter is wasted. I have a couple of filters and I always change them but damn it getts dirty fast. I have installed some extra dust protection by filling the gap between the bed and seats. Just seems like the air box intake in is the right place for sucking up anything flying around. I want to block off the area behind the air box and use something like sand junkies intake scoop. Hope fully to keep the filter cleaner, longer and if there was any performance that would be great as well. I ride in Glamis and Az by the Colorado river where the dust is crazy thick (silt). Any other Az riders out there what are you using?
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Yes you can .....

We have been running this setup for about a year now. We have seen huge gains on 840 builds. I just tested it this weekend on a stock car with pipes and msd and saw 3hp gains across the board. The car puller harder, pulled longer and just responded better. It will be the filter setup to have .... for a true bolt on killer combo. Plus we will have the oil catch can and return system seen in this photo. With the return line there will be no need to tap the head.



Here is the intake duct to use ...... it is $250.00 but full carbon fiber. Plus the front duct is pretty large. You have taken a set in the right direction by closing off the back area.



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When will this filter set up be available. We have been hearing about it for about a year. Ready to do it.
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Well atleast you can REST ASSURED ...... we have tested it, used it and know IT WORKS.

It is very close. I hope to have a production prototype in a few weeks.

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This is true. Been chomping at the bit for a better mouse trap on the intake.
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Yes you can .....

We have been running this setup for about a year now. We have seen huge gains on 840 builds. I just tested it this weekend on a stock car with pipes and msd and saw 3hp gains across the board. The car puller harder, pulled longer and just responded better. It will be the filter setup to have .... for a true bolt on killer combo. Plus we will have the oil catch can and return system seen in this photo. With the return line there will be no need to tap the head.



Here is the intake duct to use ...... it is $250.00 but full carbon fiber. Plus the front duct is pretty large. You have taken a set in the right direction by closing off the back area.



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Does this cover come in just plastic I am not really into the whole carbon fiber bling I just want something that works well. Let me guess this set up is going to be $500 or close to just like everything else after market for the Teryx.
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Does this cover come in just plastic I am not really into the whole carbon fiber bling I just want something that works well.
No sorry not that i know of.

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Let me guess this set up is going to be $500 or close to just like everything else after market for the Teryx.
Not sure on the price. We are shooting for under $350.00 on the intake.

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Not sure on the price. We are shooting for under $350.00 on the intake.

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So $550 for every thing sweet. Just like I expected.
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So $550 for every thing sweet. Just like I expected.

lmAO .... NO .... UNDER $350.00 on the intake not $550.00. The oil tank will be separate and not sure on the cost. I would say around $100.00 or so. Hard to say till will make 25 of them at a time. You willnot have to have the oil tank. You could use the $15.00 YFZ catch can like EVERYONE else is using.

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