Keep in mind that I shoehorned the motor in an mint 1993 Xlt Sks, it is crowded under there. No time tuning on it these days thoe....:brokenheart:These motors seem to need some sort of cold air intake. When pipes are cold the sled is soo snappy and fresh but when all those pipes gets hot those carbs are fed that hot air.. It is a dawg. There seems to be alot left on the table there. Thats the next step for me, building an airbox.
Ha! These things never die!!! Im swapping my 1200 ves into a pro rmk chassis in the members build section. Turbo twins arent for everyone!!
Jay I can’t remember now if it was the CPIs you got from me or the crankshops? I never ran the CPIs, but between the Crankshops and the split second pipes the splits ran much much better. And they sounded just like jaws pipes. So crunchy at idle and man did they sing at 8600.Life changes, never seem to have enough time, this year I'm going to make time to get out again. mattymac said it best, turbo twins aren't for everyone. I need that smile the old girl gives you, if you've been there you know what I mean. oh and flying pig I still have those pipes for a gen 2 I bought from you back when sitting in the barn, just more dust on them.
Although I own a turbo twin I gotta say I'll never own another one! I like many of us have big plans for my big 1200 but just not enough time!Ha! These things never die!!! Im swapping my 1200 ves into a pro rmk chassis in the members build section. Turbo twins arent for everyone!!