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Juan


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Gesendet: 14:02 - 19.02.2005

Moin guys!

I am thinking about eliminating the air box system and installing three individual H&K air filters (cone type). I will appreciate if any of you could tell the width of the carburetors air intake mouth.

I am also thinking about changing the silencer pipes. I will install the same type (reverse cone) however I want the new ones to be louder.

Because of these modifications, would it be necessary to install a new carburetor jet system, if so which stage would you recommend.

I would appreciate your comments and suggestions, thank you.

Bis den,

J
Jens
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Gesendet: 17:00 - 19.02.2005

Äh,
good try to find out what a few times already was cheved in the forum.
harhar, learn German.,
ok, jou are about.
Jens
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Gesendet: 17:11 - 19.02.2005

H&K air filters (cone type)

I tried that. you will need different nozzle adjustion and diff needles and seats.
Jens
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Gesendet: 17:18 - 19.02.2005


"I want the new ones to be louder"



not for road use ist lauter.
der Franzose
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Gesendet: 18:12 - 20.02.2005

Hello Juan
Can read the french ? Try this. But spares are expensive...

http://www.mecatwin.com/fr/accessoires/triumph/T3/carburation.htm
http://www.mecatwin.com/fr/accessoires/triumph/T3/echappement.htm
Juan


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Gesendet: 18:23 - 22.02.2005

@ Jens & Franzose

Thanks for your comments!! The Mecatwin site was very helpful. Will contact them directlly to find out more.

Bis den,

J

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