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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-23-2016, 01:28 PM Thread Starter
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Hello Team:

New Judge owner (as of yesterday).

Bike only has the Bassani Pro Street Turnouts, stock air filter.

Will the Arlen-Ness fit on the Judge?



The website does not specify the Victory Judge. Only: "08 - up Cruiser, Hammer, Jackpot, Kingpin and Vegas models."


I still need to disconnect the O2 sensors. If I do not go with the Air Filter perhaps will only drill some holes on the airbox covers and add the Lloydz ATS wheel.

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-- Rusty Jones Customs mod mufflers, Power Commander-V, Lloydz Hi-Flow Air Filter, Lloydz ATS @ 6+, Tarzanz Bagger barz.
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Itll fit, already answered this on your other thread.
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So just be advised that when you need to clean the filter, since it is a lifetime filter, you need to remove the tank and the throttle body. I just did this last weekend installing my TTI and it is a pain. I was going to get the Ram Air because it was the most affordable, but after reading about other people and the headache they received from getting to the filter, I decided to take the hit in the wallet and get the parts I really wanted and not settling. Hope this helps.
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... I decided to take the hit in the wallet and get the parts I really wanted and not settling. Hope this helps.
Thank you. What parts you got?

2013 Cross Country (Sunset Red)
-- Rusty Jones Customs mod mufflers, Power Commander-V, Lloydz Hi-Flow Air Filter, Lloydz ATS @ 6+, Tarzanz Bagger barz.
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Thank you. What parts you got?
I have the Lloydz TTI, Freedom Performance pipes, and Lloydz GEN III fuel tuner all on a '13 Vegas 8-ball. I also had to buy his exhaust gaskets because the stock ones are leaking pretty bad with the new pipes.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWxUVsURPXg
Here is an awesome video from Witch Doctor on how to get the tank off, throttle body off and the old air box out, no matter what route you decide to go. I personally am glad I only had to do it one time. Also remember he does this to lots of bikes.
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Upside of the Ness Ram and maintenance, the KN type filter is good for up to 50,000 mile between cleans, so best time to service it is every time the tank is off for a new intank fuel filter.
Makes sense to me, and in reality most riders wont be covering enough miles to be changing filters or cleaning them.
Anyway its a moot point as OP dont wanna shell out for a tuner and tune.
So he will be staying with the so called Stage One I bet.
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