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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-17-2015, 01:54 PM Thread Starter
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Has anyone modified the stock airbox on a 13 Judge?

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-22-2015, 05:55 PM
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Torque tube from llyodz is the way to go!

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Two options from Lloydz

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Torque tube from llyodz is the way to go!
Any alternatives for the Lloydz TT's? They are on the expensive side for me plus you will need a FI controller. I got a 2013 Judge last night and only has the Bassani Pro Street exhaust. Bike pulls hard but will like to see if I can improve it a little with out spending too much.

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Also planning on disconnecting the O2 sensors and installing the Lloydz ATS .

Perhaps will look into drilling some holes on the airbox but not sure if that will really help.

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Lloydz has a second cheaper option also using K&N filter, I fitted that to my 13 Judge, let's just say it sucks but in the right way

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I had the Ness Ram on my Vegas for a couple of months, it takes in a lot more air.
But with any significant increase in intake you will need a fuel controller and preferably a good dyno tune.
Later, once I had more funds to play with I bought TorqueTubes
Fitted them, had it redynoed for $50 and sold the Ness Ram.
The Ness is the cheapest option with a good result but it needs a fuel controller or youll end up with at very least burnt exhaust valves.
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The Ness is the cheapest option with a good result but it needs a fuel controller or youll end up with at very least [/b]burnt exhaust valves.[/b]
Pardon my ignorance but the burn exhaust valves will be due to a lean condition caused by increase on the air? a lean condition?

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Has anyone modified the stock airbox on a 13 Judge?
Nope... never been done...

If you're scared of fuel controllers, leave the airbox alone. The exhaust valves in these things run at glow-in-the-freakin'-dark, red hot when the bike is stock... It needed a Power Commander and a tune when you bought it, so just keep on uncorking the exhaust and intake without adding any sort of fuel control... I'm sure it'll be fine.

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Hard to fathom how people spend good money on a quality motorcycle, then more on Performance exhaust and highflow intake, and then cheap out on a proper fuel controller and tune.

The old saying "speed costs money, how fast do you wanna go?"
Meltdown Imminent.
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Airbox, fuel controller, exhaust:
the holy trinity
Need them all for transport to heaven!
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