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Old 03-14-2010, 10:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 525S mods for better air box

Ive been slowly modifying this 4 wheeler to be able to accept a bigger air box. So far I have modified the center mount exhaust to side mount, relocated the battery and solenoid up front,and flipped the rear shock around to move the resevoir to the bottom side. Right now I plan on making a intake similar to a ktm with a cone type filter on it. I will post some more pics as I get the airbox and intake fabbed up.
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let us know how it turns out. I like the change on the battery, does that leave room for the headlights with it being up front?
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Thats how I did mine.

Yep, still got room for lights.

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Got the intake and airbox made up this weekend. I could of made the box bigger but Im using it just as a water shield.
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