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FUELATV 01-18-2008 12:36 PM

Here are some photos of my FUELATV intake with complete aluminum air box. Once the box is installed it will add more area then the stock box. This intake uses the same oversized billet adaptor, NEW intake tube and inverted cone filter as my air box eliminator intake. The box has a front, bottom and sides ..... no lid. The air box version and the air box eliminator version made the same HP numbers on the dyno.

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4wheelinmatt 01-18-2008 12:51 PM

hey fuel, i was just wondering when these shipped out. i ordered one a few weeks ago and i just want to know a rough day i might get it by.

FUELATV 01-23-2008 05:31 PM

All air box kits on order have shipped out. These kits are instock now and ready to ship. UPS Quantumview Notify e-mails were sent out with the tracking numbers to the e-mail address on the paypal payment. PM me with the name and address on the payment and i can get your tracking number if you have not recieved it.


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k4f5x0r 03-11-2008 09:00 PM

Hey i plan on gettnig this later in the year when it warms up. I was wondering if i got FUELATV KFX450 Complete intake with Aluminum air box.

It has EVERYTHING to intall straight inplace of the stock airbox? Also if i got it how would i have to tune my power commander with my yoshi slip on?

offroadhunter 03-12-2008 01:16 AM

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Hey i plan on gettnig this later in the year when it warms up. I was wondering if i got FUELATV KFX450 Complete intake with Aluminum air box.

It has EVERYTHING to intall straight inplace of the stock airbox? Also if i got it how would i have to tune my power commander with my yoshi slip on?
The airobx and intake tube bolt right on, it's real easy to install with minimal effort (and also looks good too), for sure you will need to get it dyno'd otherwise it won't run properly given the air/fuel mixture is not right for your set up




k4f5x0r 03-12-2008 07:36 AM

so id HAVE to get it dyno'd? i couldnt just customize a map or get the map from someone else who did this? im really just a recreational rider(NOT mx just basically xc with friends. hillclimbs jumps etc) and i was looking to get a bit more power out of it.

offroadhunter 03-12-2008 11:17 AM

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so id HAVE to get it dyno'd? i couldnt just customize a map or get the map from someone else who did this? im really just a recreational rider(NOT mx just basically xc with friends. hillclimbs jumps etc) and i was looking to get a bit more power out of it.
You can use a map from someone else with the same mods, it'll certainly work as a starting point but every quad is different so it will not be an exact. Just as an example, I did excactly what you mentioned, used a map that came from a quad with the same exact mods....It worked but when I took it in to be dyno'd I wound up with an additional 3hp and a much better curve, here's my dyno.




k4f5x0r 03-12-2008 05:16 PM

oh alright. hey FUEL if you read this do you happen to have/know of a setting with your airbox and the yoshi slip on together on the kfx?

i cant really run an any louder pipe where i ride because people always complain.

FUELATV 03-13-2008 01:47 AM

Powercommander offers a good selection of maps on their site. I do not know of any maps available with my intake but you could possibly look for something similar. Maybe something like M226-014, the intake does not compart to mine but it will be a better starting point than what comes with the programmer.

offroadhunter is right, every bike is different, every condition is different. There are too many variables in the equation to use something someone else has made and get the best from your bike. You will always find better numbers if it is tuned to your conditions and your bike.

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k4f5x0r 03-13-2008 04:28 PM

If i could find a place that dyno's i would. But i dont think there is one near me. Anyway how much should a normal tuning plus dyno'ing cost?


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