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post #31 of 500 Old 02-21-2015, 12:42 AM
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why do they have to look so nice but be completely covered by the air box and gas tank? oh well.

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Count me in for this as well. Hell, at this rate would they offer a 20+ discount? :)

Anyways, I suppose I should finally gut my ram air while I'm at it.

What kind of changes would need to be made for tuning to optimize these stacks? Would be cool for someone to generate a good autotune map for this and post to WRT mapshare.
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Damn right they should. 20+ discount or bust

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oh, I did have to add distilled water to the reservoir as it was empty. Thought that odd as it was over full mark when brand new
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Would be cool for someone to generate a good autotune map for this and post to WRT mapshare.
Yeah, anybody on this list have woolich autotune and be willing to share?
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Anyways, I suppose I should finally gut my ram air while I'm at it.

That's my plan as well. I was holding off so it wouldn't throw off the tune, but going to need to retune anyway. I know it's a fairly simple process, but I remember seeing a nice write up on it before. If I remember correctly, it may have been Archer that did it. I looked the other day and couldn't find it again though.



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That's my plan as well. I was holding off so it wouldn't throw off the tune, but going to need to retune anyway. I know it's a fairly simple process, but I remember seeing a nice write up on it before. If I remember correctly, it may have been Archer that did it. I looked the other day and couldn't find it again though.
http://zx-10r.net/forum/showpost.php...0&postcount=20

Damn, after seeing that thread, now I'm tempted to wrap my airbox like Archer did...
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Thanks Dude. Although after reading through all of that, now I'm conflicted. I don't have an AT and will be doing just a tune on the Dyno through my ECU. So it seems as there was a lot of back and forth on whether that will cause issues after gutting the tube.


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I would hold off on gutting the intake until I can get back to it this spring.

There was a lot of back and forth on how to properly adjust for the changes made. I got it nailed down in the end but didn't get to fully get it dialed in after finding out I was going about adding fuel the wrong way.

You need to use a Woolich setup to properly adjust for the changes in the intake; a Bazzaz or PCV autotune system will not properly adjust for it.
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