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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by PowerCell, Jan 8, 2014.
Speaking of seats, what is the story on this one? Do you like it? I can't read the label, sorry.
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I can highly recommend James' seats - truly custom - he will make the seat according to what you want.
Mookymoo is correct. Renazco seat perfection. I'm of a size where the cutout seat on an R just didn't work for me. Couldn't move around. Butt right on the back edge of the cutout. James removed the cutout, building up the front which makes it a bit higher, but that's to fit my 6'4", 34" inseam. Each seat is custom made to the rider's spec/needs. Best farkle you can buy (this is my third) and very reasonably priced. Gray suede top, marine vinyl sides. It's the real
If anyone is looking for the Uni-Filters... we are now the largest importer in the states and have plenty in stock, ready to ship same day... all at a special price
That is a good idea. thanks
Billet License Plate Adaptor!
Machined out of a solid block of 6000 series aluminum and deep anodized to last for years. Check it out...
Nice CA tag, in TX we're supposed to display inspection sticker adjacent to tag.
I noticed you still have the stock seat on the 1190. Any plans to modify it, use a different seat, or just keep manning up? I'm just riding with mine, but looking at options. Since you hit the desert too wondering what your plans might be for the seat. Thanks.
Finally got these up on the website... thanks DirtJack for the great idea!
Ordered up the stabilizer set up yesterday!
Ordered the license plate doodad this afternoon. Was wondering how I was going to clean that all up without drilling the plate like I did on my 690.
Re: the stabilizer.
What happens to the built in stabilizer? Do you disconnect/remove it? Or do they work together?
Thanks for the order and you should have it by Friday.
As for the stock damper, the first thing you do is remove it and set it on the shelf next to the SAS system that you should have already removed.
Here's a little teaser for a Friday afternoon!
A more "Adventure" oriented solution... with more than 4 times the filtering surface area than stock for extended intervals between services. Pre-filter covers included. Tuned for low-to-mid range performance... with just a bit more on the top as well. And the whole thing fits nicely within the factory air box, keeping intake temps low, intake noise at a minimum, and you can still cross the occasional stream with confidence.
Machined from a solid block of 6000 series aluminum and type-II anodized, these rugged adaptors seal directly against the throttle bodies using Viton O-rings, guarantying a perfect seal against dust, dirt and water. Never worry about your air box again... are you listening KTM???
Ships in about 2 weeks... $279.95 for the complete kit, stainless hardware and comprehensive instructions included...
Looks like a nice simple set-up. When you say "tuned" , I'm assuming your referring to the adaptors or do you have stacks within the filters orrr something else ?
The adaptors are also tuned stacks...
Hi Ken - looks like the sort of solution I'd like. Do you intend to Dyno this set up against stock?
Interested in the AF results.
We do dyno test all our products to ensure they perform to our requirements. This setup is a safe bolt-on without any need for addition mapping.
Sorry if it's obvious to most: is this a replacement for the front filter or an addition to it?