There are people here that removed the S&S for torque tubes with not a lot of added benefit for the $$ they said it leveled out the torque more than increased it.
Motorbikerx I'm talking about you.
Yeah mate, past 4200 the Torque Tubes levelled out to same as a decent intake, I presume with cams both intakes would allow a fairly equal rise in both torque and HP.
Basically an SS or LLOYDS airbox/filter gives a BIG lift over stock.
The difference of later substituting Torque tubes as I did well frankly I picked up a few ft lb and a few horse over a good intake but dollarwise, youd be better sticking with lloydz airbox and shelling out the difference for a PCV and a proper Dynotune, then its set and forget. And youre gleaning as much as possible in both torque HP and rideability as possible.
And if you cam it up as well.....lookout! Hehehe!
Sell yr PC3 to someone with a lesser state of tune.
My advice do it once and do it right.
Torquetubes are marketed as a Show and Go item,
Compared with stock they look sound and perform shit hot!
Thats OZ for fantastic.
Theyre very user friendly for cleaning and re oiling as it you dont need to remove yr tank and risk yr fuel nipple breaking.
Ive had my tank on and off successfully a few times and as long as yr not a klutz nothing breaks.
Ive no regrets with the TTI and at the time I could afford it
But bang for buck its hard to beat Lloyds or S&S
Both are servicable without having to unbolt em from the thrittle body as I would have had to do with my cheaper Ness Ram unit.
Hope that helps you decide.