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  1. #41
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    So Iíve just done a 3 hour ride on my 851 with the little modification on the way the air comes into my airbox at the front of the tank and kept the old air tubes at the back. Iíve noticed a big improvement in speed and acceleration especially from 6,000 to the red line of 10,000 rpm.
    It breaths a lot better but Iím now going to se CJS to get chris work the ECU to get more fuel in the system.
    If someone from the Uk wants to get in touch through WhatsApp on this number I can send some picís and maybe they could up load the photos as Iím doing everything on a iPhone at the mo!
    07823337174 chris.

    Cheers guys.

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    Default Just helping out.

    Torque is NOT cheap!

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    When I was still running a standard air box with the lid removed and a ITG filter fitted to a frame, I run the pipes the same as the blue pipes in the pic's.
    I can't see where the other pipes are running from?

    Steve R

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    Iíve got the old black hoses down towards the bottom of the radiator Steve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris ardern View Post
    Iíve got the old black hoses down towards the bottom of the radiator Steve.
    I think that you might as well throw the black ones in the bin, I seriously doubt that they're doing anything for your performance.

    Steve R

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