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2005 Suzuki M50 Boulevard M800 VTWIN 805 K&N-THUNDER intake-PCIII ESCAPE Home made DIY pipes JJ

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Published on Aug 12, 2008

2005 Suzuki M50 Boulevard VTWIN 805 K&N-THUNDER intake-PCIII
Exhaust notes NOT HARLEY HD

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Giuliano Almeida
nice!!! Where do I find that air intake adapter? I want to adapt a Harley 883 air intake.
Victor Rodriguez
Hi Bchassis I have the same bike and air intake as you do (or did) When you installed the Tornado, did you just put the red plug/cap on the air hose and left it hanging? Thanks for any feedback and great video.
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ruskiez
That is some nice roar
jackiejai
question is it mainly that intake filter making those sexy noises? or the exhaust?
MIORIGAMI
How much power did it eat up? Gas mileage change? I had a friend drill like 7 holes in each of my stock pipes, man, it's still quiet. I told him to drill holes in the cover plates, but he said it'll cause a whistle due to back draft or suction? Do you know if that's true? Thanks I have desk speakers, set on 4, small, and it WAS LOUD!! Sounds Good!!
jessnsev
Just plain NASTY. I love it man, great job. Hey, i'm a few days away from picking up an M50. I really like what your done to yours. I know you gave a quick list of what's on it, but anyway you could tell me where to find these parts. I've tried to google them, but not finding exactly what i'm looking for. Any help would be appreciated.
1REDVEGA
you got no backfire issues because you used smaller pipe than what came stock from suzuki. if you would have ran bigger pipe you would have had to run a power comander.
Bchassis
@guitarfetish342 The K&N can be found for about 100 bux in various mc forums. It effects the power quite a bit ,but the sound is intense it sounds like a v8! you can hear the filter sucking air. awesome!
matt rayl
how much for you to make me a pair for a 97vz800 ha?
Bchassis
They are custom made from regular 1.5 inch muffler pipe,then wrapped for beauty and heat.
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