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RE: Techlusion, CO Pots etc.


Do I want these tubes?  Expensive install?  Good bang for the buck?

Do I want to twin spark?  That sounds like a great solution all around.
Expensive on the take out/put in end? (NOTE: I am NOT asking 'how much'! :)
Truthfully mine isn't the worst surge problem... Pain in the keister around
town though...so maybe the dough isn't worth it.  Sounds like the power gain
with smoothness and fuel economy gain is a nice thing. (let's see....how
long would it take to 'earn' back in fuel cost what it would cost to do

I'm supossed to remind you now that you going to spruce up my airhead in
Feb.  Did you remember?


- -----Original Message-----
From: owner-oilheads@xxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-oilheads@xxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Tpcutter@xxxxxxx
Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2005 1:54 PM
To: oilheads@xxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Techlusion, CO Pots etc.

In a message dated 1/26/05 12:34:21 PM Eastern  Standard Time,
tbrown@xxxxxxxxxxx writes:
<<4. A change of those black  plastic intake tubes to the ones made for a GS
really smooths out 1100 RTs  and RS's.  It also gives more torque at low and
mid revs at a slight  cost to ultimate power at high revs.  I don't know how
you ride, but  I've found that I run near redline very seldom and this is
much of a  concern for me.  I'm not sure how this mod works on 1150s.    Not
needed at all with twin spark.>>

I have a set of those tubes  of somebody wants to buy them. I got them from
a wreck. They don't fit my  R1100S. They DO fit the RS and RT.

Tom Cutter