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air box resinator??

hey guys, i was wondering if any of you have removed the resnator in your air box? if so, are there any signifigant gains in power or fuel delivery? also, does anyone know of a place that builds custom airboxes for our bikes?
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I took mine out....

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what did it do if anything? now are you talking about the lil triangle pieces connected 2 your ram air tubes, or the part in your air box?
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Mine are out. Can't feel any power gains, but mpg has gone up 1-2mpg. It does make it louder, cool loud... imo
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Both... and cut my ram air tubes(cut the it with the bottom of the tube, and then got some plastic and rivited the plastic on the bottom and seal it with silicone) also put a couple of small holes for water... so they go straight in the air box.. and broke out the ones in the top of the airbox...

I was thinking someone(thought it was hotbodies) made aftermarket ram air tubes for the RR..

You can hear a diffence.. but Im going to get a custom map soon.. but I didnt get a baseline before I did this..

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Ten Kate has C/F air ram tubes you could buy....

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i've seen carbon fiber ram air tubes on oppracing.com i don't know if these are the same ones your talking about
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I took out the lower part of the ram duct and duct taped the hole... didn't really notice any difference in sound nor power... oh well, if anything, less weight...
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I took out the lower part of the ram duct and duct taped the hole... didn't really notice any difference in sound nor power... oh well, if anything, less weight...
I did the same thing to mine and did notice a little more growl from the intake when getting on it with the stock exhaust, but my slip-on is to loud to hear it now.

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I did the same thing to mine and did notice a little more growl from the intake when getting on it with the stock exhaust, but my slip-on is to loud to hear it now.
LOL. that's probably why I didn't notice a difference, cause the loudness from my Jardine Race Baffle s/o just overpowers any growls that may be emanating from the intake.
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