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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-04-2013, 11:49 AM Thread Starter
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Yeah Richard ! But dont we just love it ?
Great fun yes but i should be working on customer cars not have everyone working on my bike lol
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Vacuum Port


If you need a vacuum port and choose the factory way you'll need to remove the manifold to get at the boss for drilling and chip removal .
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Hi I keep reading about the vacuum issue I would be interested to know how other people have sorted that? I have now (thanks to great help) found several types of adapter to attach an air kit but as yet am not sure which one to use.
I have seen the aluminium ones but have also seen a fibre glass one (that needs painting) and even a smaller type one, which seems to be a sort of cover

40106A - HON Fury-Hypercharger Adaptor Only - Type A

40107A - HON Fury-Corsair Adaptor Only - Type A

Accutronix CV Air Cleaner Adapterfor Fury/Sabre/Stateline/Interstate 1300 '10 - 1010-0758

Low & Mean Honda Fury Spike Intake Adapter - LM-02F-1005


If anyone has any experience of these I would love to know I am concerned about the Hyper charger sticking out too far. It does appear though what ever I end up using, Hyper charger or some type of filter I will need some type of adapter to get it to fit

I am also wondering if the hyper charger is really worth the effort and will the vacuum we rig up actually make the flaps work properly, hopefully there will be a Hyper charger user on here

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The Thunder 40106A is specifically made for the hyper charger. Thunder also state that the vacuum line may be left off with no impact on performance. I guess the flaps would have to be removed or left open It would be a good idea to ask them what they suggest though.

One of the reasons I opted for a combination of a ThunderMfg adapter and a spike air cleaner is that it stopped my knee from hitting the air cleaner. If you like the old school look of the velocity stack take a look at Gar's write up on his 2 barrel air cleaner, it combines old school cool with improved comfort.
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Hey,

What kind of pipes do you have? Looks good!

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You have to buy an adaptor (like the Low and Mean one) and then any 3 bolt Harley air intaKe will work. I bought a Cobra Powr Flo which has it's own adaptor. It is similar to a hypercharger, but no flaps.


Be safe out there, brothers!
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What kind of pipes do you have? Looks good!
Thanks! The pipes were made by MFR. He is a member here and has made many many cool things for our bikes. I always liked the Fuggin pipes, which are impossible to find, so I had MFR made these which are very similar. They sound awesome!
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