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dirtbikekid32

My New 11 WR

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Picked up a new 11 WR from the local dealer.. put the winter studs and Cycra pro bends on it as it came out of the crate.. Ordered the AIS removal kit but when it came in the needle looked like a banana..haha.. I got another one and rejetted with the supplied jets, pulled the gray wire out and removed the air box snorkel?? I cant see how removing that would make that much of a difference< it doesnt look it restricts the air flow that much.. Anybody ese have any thoughts on that?? Here s afew pics of the bike ready for mud/snow/ice...

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NICE!

how much does it weigh? I agree...removing the snorkel only is not a big performance plus

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NICE!

how much does it weigh? I agree...removing the snorkel only is not a big performance plus

I didnt put it on a scale, It does weigh a bit more.. The sand paddle with 120 studs is quite heavy, the knobby has 74 or 76 studs in it.. it seems to work well..

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Dirtbikekid, what kind of studs are those? Where do you get them? And how much? Been running Grip studs. Tried sheet metal screws. Looking for something that works well, wears well, doesn't come out, and isn't 1$ a piece. Thanks, JLow

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Did the ais kit come with the yz throttle stop? If so, those mods make a big difference!

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Did the ais kit come with the yz throttle stop? If so, those mods make a big difference!

Ais kit did come with throttle stop, I pulled the stock one out and cut it down.

As for the studs they are snowmobile studs, good ones r 1.50 or so each. They work great and I've never had 1 pull out. They aren't near as expensive as buying a trelleborg aNd they work better.

Did all the free mods and put all the jets in that came with kit, rode hard today and that bike is sweet!!!!

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