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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-10-2013, 03:57 PM Thread Starter
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Default 2nd step for Lloydz air filter:

Here's what Lloyd told me: "There will be an insert that extends the intake tract for improved low and mid-range power."

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That would be awesome!! Sign me up for one. Decided to keep mine after thinking of selling it several times this winter.
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Sounds good to me in about a week will be set up like Wilcon .. Just waiting on the Pipes .. Lloyds AC and PCV are ready to go ..

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That would be awesome!! Sign me up for one. Decided to keep mine after thinking of selling it several times this winter.
Me too! How much for this addon?

Glad to hear you decided to hang on to your XR. It's set up nicely and many believe the 2010 trans is stronger than later models with the neutral assist. I dunno one way or the other but I'm glad mine seems to be ok.
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Will a PC-V be needed with the Lloyds air cleaner and add on intake? I have not been very fond of the Powercomander products.
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Will a PC-V be needed with the Lloyds air cleaner and add on intake? I have not been very fond of the Powercomander products.
If you aren't going to go with a big bore; the VFCIII from Lloydz will do it. You can even add cams if you don't already have them.
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Will a PC-V be needed with the Lloyds air cleaner and add on intake? I have not been very fond of the Powercomander products.
I didn't need a tuner with the air filter alone but I would it looks like adding the intake would likely drive me to one of them. The VFC-III is a Llyods product and cheap but it isn't as dynamic as the PCV so there are trade-offs between the two.




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The numbers I have been seeing, cams or pipes don't do much, but it seems that the Victory motor is starving for air.
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Do you know when this device will be available for purchase? I just picked up a new XCT and am wanting to do a full stage one upgrade ASAP but I'll hold off for a bit if this gizmo is about to be released.
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The numbers I have been seeing, cams or pipes don't do much, but it seems that the Victory motor is starving for air.
Sure seems like it. Imagine what the new blower for it would do!
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