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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 02-09-2014, 02:23 PM Thread Starter
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Default Lloydz airbox question

I see everyone talking about them and i got all bent out of shape that it didnt fit my 07 kingpin and then i saw they had a S&S Performance airbox for 280$ that does fit 2000-07

http://www.lloydz.com/store/item_vie...itemid=1000057

Is that really worth the 280? While I was looking around I found this on the Victory site for only 40$ Would I be getting the same resulting airflow or is it apples to oranges?

http://www.purepolaris.com/en-us/Vic...ItemID=1013619

As far as the map goes I do have the stage one pipes from victory, i would assume it has an upgraded map when those were done from the previous owner, thats not something you have to change just because of replacing that airbox right? im a little fuzzy on the programming aspect of these bikes.

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any time you can get more air in the motor you benefit. Cheap is good. S&S would be more cams.
Your dealer can hock up there computer and tell you if it has the stage1 it will coast you money to do that. Stage1 only moves rpm's up about two degrees and the fuel up about one mile an hour richer. If you were to spend money Lloydz tuner would do more for you.
If it were me once a year I would clean the throttle body's and add Lloydz timing wheel.
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The Victory Stage 1 should have come with that vented airbox cover, a washable flat-panel air filter, and the pipes.

The difference between the stage 1 and the S&S airbox and proper tune is a dozen horespower. Ya get what ya pay for.

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The Victory Stage 1 should have come with that vented airbox cover, a washable flat-panel air filter, and the pipes.

The difference between the stage 1 and the S&S airbox and proper tune is a dozen horespower. Ya get what ya pay for.
Half crazy would he get that mush more power out of a s&s with a stock bike.
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Half crazy would he get that much more power out of a s&s with a stock bike.
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On mine, stock airbox stage 1 (vented cover, panel filter, some extra holes drilled in the airbox, Vic Long Drag pipes, and VFC II) was 81 HP. Added the S&S airbox and it made 93 HP. Engine totally stock. Changing the airbox was worth an even dozen on HP.

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Default dealer air box!!

my 13 hammer had the tri-pro pipe dealer tune + filter upgrade??? from former owner. filter was small, hate to see the OE one, i used the ness filter which was the best price, no bling! little is seen of the nice aluminum filter with base. heres a pic of mine installed.[IMG][/IMG] just get the one for your model + year bike as they vary
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On mine, stock airbox stage 1 (vented cover, panel filter, some extra holes drilled in the airbox, Vic Long Drag pipes, and VFC II) was 81 HP. Added the S&S airbox and it made 93 HP. Engine totally stock. Changing the airbox was worth an even dozen on HP.
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Is this the ness filter you guys are referring to?

http://www.cruisercustomizing.com/ar...part/AN-V-5155

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Is this the ness filter you guys are referring to?

http://www.cruisercustomizing.com/ar...part/AN-V-5155
That's a 1999 stock Victory airbox with a K&N air filter stuck on the front of it. That's not in the same league as an S&S box.

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So it's looking like im not going to waste my time and just buy the s&s filter, however i have one last question. From what I understand with the s&s filter it isnt necessary to buy a fuel controller, or am i mistaken. but I found these lloydz turbo tubes that say you must put one on. Whats the difference there.

http://www.lloydz.com/store/item_vie...itemid=1000134

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