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Any more pictures of left side Clean up install while being performed ?
I was able to find a video or 2 on YouTube doing the AIS block, but I'd be interested in a picture walkthrough, or video, of the clean up as well. I have parts rolling in as we speak to tackle this once it warms up enough to even work in my garage.

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Confused why I have to post 10 or Greater posts to see other post's on this subject , so in order for me to see more post's I'm just going to post a (?) mark until I'm able to read other post's if that's ok
 

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Thanks Brother , I'm just going with one Blue clamp , the other end will be under the seat so I'm just going to use stock clamp down there .
 

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Someone on this forum posted more pictures of there ( left side clean up) , during there install . It was a Red in Color Warrior , I have searched all over and have yet been able to re-find them .
 

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Someone on this forum posted more pictures of there ( left side clean up) , during there install . It was a Red in Color Warrior , I have searched all over and have yet been able to re-find them .
Hey Jon, there's Allot of threads on the subject and you can get lost in them ha ha. If you have a computer it's easier to search that way either with the forum search tab or the Google search area. You will find pictures not available due to photobucket changing there terms and moving the pic links.
 

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It was recently brought to my attention that doing this left side clean up without having a vbak or other means of eliminating the stock air intake can be problematic. Is there anyone who has done this on the stock air, or advice from those who might know?

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It was recently brought to my attention that doing this left side clean up without having a vbak or other means of eliminating the stock air intake can be problematic. Is there anyone who has done this on the stock air, or advice from those who might know?

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I did it before I did my VBAK. There's a couple vacuum lines you have to cap.
The bike would look weird with the filter on right side and nothing on the left...
 

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I did it before I did my VBAK. There's a couple vacuum lines you have to cap.
The bike would look weird with the filter on right side and nothing on the left...
A vbak is in the plans, but the left side clean up was financially available. I might replace the coffin with a spike in the meantime so it doesn't look as weird

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A vbak is in the plans, but the left side clean up was financially available. I might replace the coffin with a spike in the meantime so it doesn't look as weird

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Money was my issue as well. I started out with 2 K&N pods for $84. I'm currently working on relocating the FPR and the dry break.
I hated the look of them and didn't like that they were in the way of my legs. Made riding uncomfortable.
 

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AIS delete

Going to do this to my bike soon! Got the parts list going to spend about $100 bucks going to be worth it to see more of that big V-Twin.
 
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