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Lucky14


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posted April 05, 2012 09:57 AM        
PCV for 14R? Fairy Tale or Real???


Next week is finally here!!!









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Wheelie


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posted April 05, 2012 09:58 AM        
see you at the track




































next week.

wee

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smokinZX14


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posted April 05, 2012 10:04 AM        
Got mine also ...It came to late to make it to the track tonight ...UPS sucks ...
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Lucky14


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posted April 05, 2012 10:26 AM        
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see you at the track



next week.

wee


That's a bit optimistic, don't you think?


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Got mine also ...It came to late to make it to the track tonight ...UPS sucks ...


Yeah, mine got here about 6:30.
It was on the truck for 12 hours riding all over the Dallas area, I guess ...........


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smokinZX14


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posted April 05, 2012 01:19 PM        
It was an easy install ... And i liked the fact that the ground wire now goes to the main frame ground unlike the Gen 1 set up .. Two plugs that snap right in and one easy tap in the gear sensor line ..
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mma-tv


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posted April 05, 2012 02:27 PM        
I suppose I'll go on ahead and order one....


Next week.

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pazx14rider


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posted April 05, 2012 09:28 PM        
On my 07 i put it under the seat (also had a tiger tail) on my 2012 i put it beside the left ram air tube. Is that where eveyone else is putting them or have you manged to put them somewhere else with the stock undertail?

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Lucky14


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posted April 06, 2012 09:46 AM        
quote:
It was an easy install ... And i liked the fact that the ground wire now goes to the main frame ground unlike the Gen 1 set up .. Two plugs that snap right in and one easy tap in the gear sensor line ..


Well, mine is installed.
Only took me 24 hours - that's pretty good for me.................

Easy? Define "easy"?
Other than the backs of my hands look like a Rott has been chewing on them, not horrible.

pazx14rider, I put mine by the left ram air tube.


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