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Reply #105 - 02/11/19 at 08:21:01
 
justin_o_guy2 wrote on 02/10/19 at 22:53:56:
I'm expecting you have fresh gas..

As fresh as dino farts can be...

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Reply #106 - 02/11/19 at 08:32:24
 
Versy ,the silicone tube may well be ok, but the tee is to large  , it should be a reducing tee, 2"to the carb, but only 3/4 "to both filters, that would keep a steady velocity up in the entire intake, right now the incoming velocity is half or less as it enters the tee and is trying to play catch up as it moves down the hose. I would estimate that the total length of your intake from the valve to the ends of your tee to be about 20 " ,so your gaining boost in the 2nd ,3rd and 4th waves, at 10 ,7,and 4 % , but the large mass of air is hard to accelerate and you may not be actually be getting nearly those percentages . It may be better to shorten the intake to 13-15 inches (reducing air mass) and go to a single filter ,catching only the 3rd and 4th waves (7 & 4 %) but able to use them more fully.
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Reply #107 - 05/16/19 at 23:07:44
 
Tank Mount Construction

You need to spacers that will fit in between the tank, rubbers and frame.
The spacers are made from 1" diameter aluminum rod.
One spacer will be drilled and tapped for 5/16 allen head bolts.
The other is a thru hole.  the rubbers fit tight on the 5/16 bolts heads.
You'll need a short one and a long one that goes thru the spacer frame and halfway thru the threaded spacer.
Then figure how far back by turning full lock and place the tank on the frame.
You might have to space it up to have clearance for the wires.
Slip a spacer and rubber in between the frame and tank and mark the location on the frame.
Drill a hole thru the frame at that location and bolt the 2 spacers in place and place the rubbers on.
Ok, that takes care of the front.
For the back you'll make a plate that bolts into the stock tank locates and will locate 2 new holes centered on the tank mounting holes.
I used pressed in threaded inserts, but you can just tap the plate if it's thick enough.

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