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KTM 690SM Air Box Mod
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KTM 690SM Air Box Mod - August 19, 2007, 08:32 PM

Ok after seeing someone's botched air box mod I wanted to do it the right way. I used a unibit so as to get a cean cut with no ragged edge's. You can do any array of holes bot be careful asto only drill the lower half of the box so to keep all holes before the filter not after!!! Also on the one pic were I point to DO NOT DRILL THERE. There is a sensor there and you do not want to drill that. Also watch the wire going to it. This part is on the left side of the box as you are sitting on it. Also clean out any debris that falls down into the air box. So after I did it I go for a test ride and it did make a seat of the pants difference. I noticed it was easier to lift the front with my heavy arse on it. It sound good too! I am posting a link to my pics cause of how many.


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