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It's going on today, i am very curious as to how it will run with it in. Also on what the stock filter will look like after a few years of riding, being an oiled paper filter in all. On my old bike it took a fairly long time for my K&N to get dirty, even after the stage III Ram Air mod, which is good cause taking the gas tank off to get to it was not particularly fun. Then I suppose I will mess around with a few different maps of course. What maps are you guys running with my particular set-up?
 

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Well, I checked out the old filter and the top of the pleats were pretty black, not so much on the inside. When I drove it home from the stealership, wow what a difference in sound. You can hear those hungry cylinders begging for more fuel. I hooked up the lap top and checked out the map that was downloaded and it was the cobra longs, O2 sensor unplugged and stock or aftermarket air filter. Which was perfect for what was. But now times have changed haven't they? So i then changed it to cobra longs, O2 sensor unplugged and Baron's big air kit. Started right up and I then took it for a spin and not sure what to expect...holy crap what a difference...this dang thing pulls like a wild mustang on roids!
 

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Yes it does, was driving over to my place and my brother was waiting for me so I thought I would get on the gas a little in first gear, I was probably going 18 or so mph, hit the gas and the rear end swung out on me. A scooter it ain't that's for sure:)
 

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Loud

Yea,the BAK is pretty loud.
Sometimes I get tired of it if I'm touring. :roll:
Oh well.It is a rush when you're crankin' ! :twisted:


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My pipes pretty much drown it out now. That woosh noise has quieted down some.
 

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ok...quick question.. I went on the Patrick Racing websight and I can't find anything abut the big air kits for the roadliner. Where you guys finding these??
 

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Bak

I get 42mpg at 60mph & 36 - 38mpg at 70mph.
Over 70 & it goes in the toilet.
Of course if you twist the throttle a lot game over. :fight1:

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How do you like it?

It's going on today, i am very curious as to how it will run with it in. Also on what the stock filter will look like after a few years of riding, being an oiled paper filter in all. On my old bike it took a fairly long time for my K&N to get dirty, even after the stage III Ram Air mod, which is good cause taking the gas tank off to get to it was not particularly fun. Then I suppose I will mess around with a few different maps of course. What maps are you guys running with my particular set-up?
I was thinking about the Patrick BAK for my Roadliner. How do you like it? How do you like the Daytripper seat? Any mods that you've done a "Must have"?
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Maybe you didn't read my post:
Loud
Yea,the BAK is pretty loud.
Sometimes I get tired of it if I'm touring.
Oh well.
It is a rush when you're crankin' !

That's the down side. It's louder than a slipon.
If you don't tour much ? aok

This is an OLD thread man.


JJ
 
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