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Anyone have directions or know where I can find some for cutting up the Airbox to put on the K&N's? Pictures would be great too!
Also, anyone know how the Emgo Dunstall Replica pipes are? I hear they sound pretty good, and you cant beat the price at about $46. Any comments??? Thanks.
 

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Rational people remove the rear tire and work it out that way. Or drop the shocks/swing arm. I took mine out with a sawzall in about ten minutes. Just cut away from the rear fender part, she's puts up a kick. Then I dropped the shocks and put the BC battery box in. There are some threads here that actually use the air box for underseat storage. You may want to try that.
 

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No need to go thru the hassle of taking the airbox out. I followed Tommy Turbos instructions, and its actually easier than it looks. I used a Dremel and a hacksaw blade (the Dremel tends to melt and refuse the plastic) to cut out enough airbox to put the pods on. I sealed the original opening in the airbox with a piece of plastic sheeting used in cutting boards sealed with a glue gun.
See my note under "tool kits" in a later thread. Whole job took about 2 hours(not counting rejetting)
JUst be sure not to cut thru electrical wiring on the LHS of the box
 
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