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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-03-2012, 05:21 PM Thread Starter
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Whereabouts are you?I'm heading to Lake Maquarie on Friday,Warners Bay area,but will be doing a little riding around.
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Whereabouts are you?I'm heading to Lake Maquarie on Friday,Warners Bay area,but will be doing a little riding around.
Live at Swansea, but won't be finishing work before 2.00pm,
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just stumbled on this post so the people that have debaffled the pipes just running stock set up as far as intake ??and air filter any lean running issues ?

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just stumbled on this post so the people that have debaffled the pipes just running stock set up as far as intake ??and air filter any lean running issues ?
I had 2 baffles drilled from each pipe for about 6 months the stock air system. Seemed to run ok, but was a BIG improvement after adding the Thunder stock air kit and Gman/Bully (EJK) at the same time. Responce in the 2200-2800 rpm was were I saw the biggest improvement.

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just stumbled on this post so the people that have debaffled the pipes just running stock set up as far as intake ??and air filter any lean running issues ?
I drilled out the last 2 plates when I got the Nomad last year however as I did it the day I picked it up can't be sure of any improvement. Added the EJK & chuckster BAK which woke her up, but the V & H slip ons really kicked her out of bed. If I was in the USA I would be seriously be thinking of getting the ECU reflashed.

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