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Old 12-23-2009, 02:55 PM
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for better air flow in the pow
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if i put a 2-1/2 in round slp air vent on the back side of the side panel and one in the side of the air box directly behind it will i have to rejet?
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Most people put their vents in the upper airbox. I'm running the Xtreme Vents kit, which has worked great so far. Haven't tested it in truly deep conditions yet, but I'm confident it will do the trick. No jetting changes required for any of the upper airbox vent kits that I've seen. And, based on fact that Timbersled specifies no jetting changes for their pod kit, I'm guessing you won't need to re-jet if you vent the lower airbox.
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ive seen lots of peeps vent the top (where the snow sits)thought it might work better next to your left knee area.
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Lots of guys run two (or more) Flowrites in the rear of the lower airbox. The XP is starving for more air. Shouldn't have to re-jet unless you've already leaned it down....
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