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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 12-07-2009, 08:42 PM Thread Starter
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Clairify intake mods availability

Hi guys,
Im looking for intake mods for my XTZ 1000. Who makes a good intake and filter mount.
Any ideas will be greatly appreciated.
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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 12-07-2009, 10:25 PM
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Ron Woods Racing (Rotax.net) makes one. I also believe Darkside Fabrications out of Arizona had one under development. Only two I know of.

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post #4 of 21 (permalink) Old 12-08-2009, 09:31 AM Thread Starter
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How much noise does this make while under load? I am thinking of turning mine one more time and having it come up behind but between the seats so it can grab cool clean air. I just dont know if the velocity of the engine will create hideous noise as i stand on it..
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i built my own . i used a 3''id k&n with an outerwear . drilled and tapped a piece of 3''od sch40 pvc and build a nice bracket to hold everything tight . the only down side was the noise ! wow it definatly opened up the breathing and you could sure hear the air rushing in . i cured that by covering the bottom of the engine cover with DYNAMAT that sound dampening sheets they use for big car stereos . that stuff isnt cheap but its well worth it ! i found it at my local AUTOZONE .
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i built my own . i used a 3''id k&n with an outerwear . drilled and tapped a piece of 3''od sch40 pvc and build a nice bracket to hold everything tight . the only down side was the noise ! wow it definatly opened up the breathing and you could sure hear the air rushing in . i cured that by covering the bottom of the engine cover with DYNAMAT that sound dampening sheets they use for big car stereos . that stuff isnt cheap but its well worth it ! i found it at my local AUTOZONE .
Do you know how well the Dynamat holds up to the dirt, mud and water?
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You can see from my pics that you could easy make your own. But it does make some noise. you can hear it even when its ideling. less when you stand on it because the exhaust is loud.
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Do you know how well the Dynamat holds up to the dirt, mud and water?

as for durablity , that Dynamat is some serieous stuff its only about 1/8'' thick but its rubber witha aluminum sheet outer skin and the adhesive is really sticky . i cleaned the plastic really good and precut the mat before i installed it . once its down there is NO removing it ! i dont ride in mud, it doesnt rain here .... but it has put up with the heat and dust very well and shows no signs of lifting off anywhere . ill post some pics of it later today when i get home
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I do know many who use the Dynamat under their car hoods for noise reduction so it has to withstand that heat and abuse pretty good.
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here are some pics of my Ron woods
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