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Old 08-10-2007, 04:52 PM
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Anyone have any experience with Boost Induction Systems?

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Old 08-10-2007, 05:47 PM
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Waste.... Get yourself a reed port. cheeper and more efficiant
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Waste.... Get yourself a reed port. cheeper and more efficiant
I just installed this, but mine is the round version?and wow[X(]...I still need to open a window on the piston yet, and a little porting /polishing ,but I'am going to wait till winter for that....but Just for a bolt on job this thing is cool.....I got mine from a friend...

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Hndaman! Huy bud did you have to get new throttle and brake rods?? or do the stock ones have enough reach???
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Hndaman! Huy bud did you have to get new throttle and brake rods?? or do the stock ones have enough reach???

The ones my BAJA do reach... they just had to be readjusted...


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Very nice! .. yeah i want one because speed is addictive . you should send Eather surfer your motor and let him race port it. thats what ill end up doing.

When you installed this kit. was it more of a low-end improvement or all around fast in all rpm range? thankx
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Very nice! .. yeah i want one because speed is addictive . you should send Eather surfer your motor and let him race port it. thats what ill end up doing.

When you installed this kit. was it more of a low-end improvement or all around fast in all rpm range? thankx

WHY?I can do it myself....I know how to do it I built my own race motor on my Honda NSR...
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Very nice! .. yeah i want one because speed is addictive . you should send Eather surfer your motor and let him race port it. thats what ill end up doing.

When you installed this kit. was it more of a low-end improvement or all around fast in all rpm range? thankx

WHY?I can do it myself....I know how to do it, I built my own race motor on my Honda NSR... And yes lowend was gained even without porting...
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Very nice! .. yeah i want one because speed is addictive . you should send Eather surfer your motor and let him race port it. thats what ill end up doing.

When you installed this kit. was it more of a low-end improvement or all around fast in all rpm range? thankx

Why? I know how to do that stuff... I built my own race bike engine in my Honda NSR.... and yes lowend was gained even without doing the porting yet, but it should be done...
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Sweet, it's a plus that you know how to do that stuff. saves you money
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