Author Topic: How to: Fit Individual (Pod) Air Filters  (Read 10855 times)

Offline insane1400

Re: Fit Individual (Pod) Air Filters
« Reply #30 on: Monday, 06 July 2020, 07:09 pm »
Sooo.... new fuel pump, new fuel filter asembly, new teabag etc. I also got the injectors cleaned which was actually a waste of money as there was no difference from before and after, they were fine before they were cleaned (but of course they still cleaned them and charged me)
 Anyway once the bike started up (with the pod filters on) it ran perfectly, I went for a short test run and up to about 5K its running great, even smoother than before.
 I will keep you posted , but fingers crossed there wont be any need for a dyno.

Offline Hooli

Re: Fit Individual (Pod) Air Filters
« Reply #31 on: Monday, 06 July 2020, 07:27 pm »
I'd get a dyno run done anyway, you might find it's lean in some areas without you noticing to ride it. Just a power run isn't a huge expense compared to the peace of mind.

Offline deni3134

Re: Fit Individual (Pod) Air Filters
« Reply #32 on: Friday, 26 March 2021, 05:44 pm »

sorry my english is not so god but I try
Is the gsx 1400 running god with open airpods ??

regard Denis

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Re: Fit Individual (Pod) Air Filters
« Reply #33 on: Saturday, 27 March 2021, 12:36 am »
To run with pods you will need to have a remap and probably a power commander.   

(autocorrect was playing up again Seth)
« Last Edit: Saturday, 27 March 2021, 03:51 am by KiwiCol »
only a slightly modified gsx1400
oh and a standard one too

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