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Baron slashers slip on baffles

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  1. NJTovner3
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    I have 2007 vstar 1100 custom and i am going to be putting on the barron slashers 2 slip on baffles this spring once it warms up here im minnesota. i was wonder if i have to rejet the carbs with the slip ons. i am installing the
    yamaha speedstar air intake to remove the ugly round air box on the right side of the bike. if anyone has the slip ons on there bikes i was wondering if you rejetted or just adjusted the carbs. the slip ons have removable baffles and i leave them in or out if that would make a differance too.

    thanks for you help

    Nicholas

  2. Ravhite
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    You state that you are going to change that air box as well as install the slip-ons, you will need to re-jet the carbs. As for the baffles, your call but consider that by removing the baffles you will be ruducing the back pressure required for the low end torque. You can install torque cones during the removal process and be ok. On a final note you may find that you will want to remove the AIS to do away with the popping on decel.

  3. NJTovner3
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    is there a air box under the tank and the one on the side or are they just one
    assembly. also another question would be what would a jet kit cost and also
    how to do you think it would cost to have it installed

    thanks

  4. Ravhite
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    is there a air box under the tank and the one on the side or are they just oneassembly. also another question would be what would a jet kit cost and alsohow to do you think it would cost to have it installed thanks

    There is a plenum located under the tank which will remain if you go with an exterior air box. You can go with a pod system and remove the plenum or convert to a single carb and remove the plenum.

    As for the jet kit expect to pay between $50.00 to $100.00 depending on where you get it.

    Installation cost will vary with dealers and location, around here they get $50.00 per half hour and they will most likely charge you for a minimum of 5 hours. Your mileage may vary

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