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    Flow-rites available in Jerry's store

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=504

    I didnt realize that these were available in Jerry's store so I thought I would share.


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    I didn't know that either! Nice post! I think I am going to try out some of those once I get everything straighten out. Where are you guys mounting them? I saw were people are putting them on the bottom of the seat.

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    what u gonna do with them

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    Quote Originally Posted by spaceman View Post
    what u gonna do with them
    Well if I could form some sort of air box to go over those new throttle bodies (this might be over kill) and you could find a place on the ski that didn't get any wind but had cold air you might beable to get more power. The quality of air on the out side of the ski will be better than the air on the inside.


    I saw where people got better numbers with the bucket in rather than out on that setup. This was credited to rough air in front of the throttle bodies. So if I was able to introduce better air with out messing up the air flow I bet there would be a gain.

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    (So if I was able to introduce better air with out messing up the air flow I bet there would be a gain.)

    Good thinking Chris, keep working at it and see what you come up with..

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    I might try these as well, depending on if there are gains to be had.
    Quick question about the ported TBs...do they require an EFI unit?

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    I ran mine on a completely stock engine for almost 4 months and it ran great. Matter o fact it went [email protected] 7275 rpms in salt with a 1200 grate and 14/20df with no engine mods or efi controller.

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    You should be fine with out the controller. Once you go VF3's though I would say you NEED it.

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    THat sounds sweet! WHat about if I also have a Dpplate in?
    Ross, how much would you charge to take out, port, and put my TBs back in? THey also go in the stock air box, right?

    Sorry to get off topic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PuprleNuprleGPR View Post
    THat sounds sweet! WHat about if I also have a Dpplate in?
    Ross, how much would you charge to take out, port, and put my TBs back in? THey also go in the stock air box, right?

    Sorry to get off topic...
    Its all good! The stock airbox isn't used. There is no filter.

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