Posted by Rwolfejr on January 03, 2013 at 13:55:07 from (22.214.171.124):
Are any of you out there aware of anyone making a dog-legged pipe to replace the oil bath air cleaner on a 2 cylinder 820? Was looking into seeing if I could get a piece of approx. 4" diameter tube bent for the offset from the outlet of the head to the original hole in the hood. Thought a nice smooth pair of bends could make a big difference in how much air the thing would draw and lesson the effort of the draw.
Also thought maybe just a straight elbow and a k&N filter on it but was hoping to draw from out from under the hood. Maybe a bend forward then to the left or right?
I could machine an adapter for the head to fit, but we don't have a bender here so thought to myself... self... maybe somebody's already making something?
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