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 AAen pipe
DHracing14
Posted: Nov 17 2010, 11:03 PM


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Anyone have a picture of the Aaen pipe for the 250 love how the 500 looks. I have one more question too i have a boyesen rad on my 1989 lt250r and was wondering if anyone makes a bigger rubber to connect my pwk to the motor or do i have to buy the quadzilla intake and run Vforce 3. I'm new to guys so if i'm doin this wrong just scream at me and i'll get it right lol


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burnthesnikle
Posted: Nov 17 2010, 11:05 PM


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QUOTE (DHracing14 @ Nov 17 2010, 06:03 PM)
Anyone have a picture of the Aaen pipe for the 250 love how the 500 looks. I have one more question too i have a boyesen rad on my 1989 lt250r and was wondering if anyone makes a bigger rubber to connect my pwk to the motor or do i have to buy the quadzilla intake and run Vforce 3. I'm new to guys so if i'm doin this wrong just scream at me and i'll get it right lol

pics of the aaen 250...not sure if anyone does...

but the carb might need to mod the intake boot bigger with a dremel...?


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LT2Fiddy
Posted: Nov 17 2010, 11:30 PM


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i have seen a few people have them on the 85-86 models, but i have yet to see one on a late model. Would like to see one though and hear how it performs
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kent824
Posted: Nov 17 2010, 11:56 PM


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I have the rad valve also, was going to try and put my 38mm mikuni on it so I might be able to tell you pretty soon if it will work.
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DHracing14
Posted: Nov 18 2010, 02:07 AM


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Puttin the PWK on the bike works i've ran it for three dune trips just ive split the rubber boot twice now and gettin tired of buyin stock in boyesen rad rubber boots lol. I never thought about the dremel i may try that thanks.


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lumpy300
Posted: Nov 18 2010, 02:47 AM


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you can buy a boot to fit a 38mm carb from boyesen to fit the rad valve. but i found a silicone hose that measures 38-39mm that is really easy to get . i just haven't tried it yet to make sure it withstands all the vibration. i'll take a pic of it later
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quadster
Posted: Nov 18 2010, 03:46 AM


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Home Depot and Lowes has rubber boots also. In the plumbing dept.
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DHracing14
Posted: Nov 18 2010, 08:44 PM


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Thanks guys never thought about just a rubber hose. Guess i need to call boyesen to see if i can get one that fits my PWK


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