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Old 12-02-2008, 11:53 AM   #21
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so which is the best bang for the buck mod?
16t front sprocket..... $20.
Small airbox mod.....free

Thats about it for cheap....Everything else costs "hundreds"...
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Old 12-02-2008, 11:58 AM   #22
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16t front sprocket..... $20.
Small airbox mod.....free

Thats about it for cheap....Everything else costs "hundreds"...
that's what I figured.

on the airbox mod, is a power commander necessary?
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Old 12-02-2008, 01:00 PM   #23
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that's what I figured.

on the airbox mod, is a power commander necessary?

Naw.....it doesn't make enough difference in the air/fuel ratio. Just do the inner cut, cut out out to the inside diameter of the stock air filter, then get you a BMC "race" filter. All of that is worth 3-5hp.
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Naw.....it doesn't make enough difference in the air/fuel ratio. Just do the inner cut, cut out out to the inside diameter of the stock air filter, then get you a BMC "race" filter. All of that is worth 3-5hp.
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how about with shortened stock cans?
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Stock Cans? you still have the restriction of the oem muffler and baffling in the mid pipe. Just sound, not so much back pressure.
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how about with shortened stock cans?
... so you bought witchdoctor's busa?
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<---- my new bike description
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<---- my new bike description

COOL......WitchDr's was clean as and a great color! Congrats on the new ride! You are gonna love it. Hit me up when you wanna ride...
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COOL......WitchDr's was clean as and a great color! Congrats on the new ride! You are gonna love it. Hit me up when you wanna ride...
thanks, still getting used to it but it's great so far.
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I wasn't gonna ask but I recognized it once you spoke about the cans.


Very wise choice in busa... he maintained it well.
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I wasn't gonna ask but I recognized it once you spoke about the cans.


Very wise choice in busa... he maintained it well.
one of the reasons I got it. looked very well kept.
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... the anti-Cali busa

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