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Me an my buddy took a stock banshee k&n filter and use abs fitting and made our own intake. Took off the whole airbox and the filter just chills right under the seat in the open. Runs great way more responsive. (just dont go in the mud) :idea:
 

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Could we get some up close pictures? Pictures of the mounting and stuff would be great.
 

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Please show some pics, cause i have to see this masterly creation.
 

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Becarefull he might steal it!!!!!!1
 

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OK.. COOL! where is the picture of that bad boy? and a list of the parts needed.. also.. what did you do with the sensor from the airbox?? just unplug it or did you zip tie it to something?
 

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well I started playing with this same subject a couple nights ago. the throttle body is 2" the intake tube inlet at the air box is 3-1/4"

I put an automotive filter on it and it fit fine, however I didn't like how heavy it was (heavier than the stock airbox), and it was right in the chain line.... So anything you fling from your chain would hit the air filter..... . I've been thinking about keeping it stock for a lil while.

But if you wanted to, you could try a 2" 10degree bend flanged K&N and bolt it right to the throttle body. I kinda like the thought of this since it exposes the upper shock adjustments and tucks the filter up away from the chain line.

Here is a link Rob sent me btw:

http://www.trx450r.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=21845
 

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Just spend the $ and get the Trinity intake, they are all over ebay now, and they open up the intake to 3 1/2".
 

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i put the trinity on mine.i noticed the difference right off the bat.not a huge gain but alot better
 
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