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    A great set of used OEM Suzuki Boulevard duck covers taken off from my 2012 M109r. They were originally chrome. The previous owner painted them black and clear coated them. They are in great shape with no deep scratches, grooves or deformities. The rubber gaskets are still in place on both of them. These would work great for replacements or to send off for custom duck covers designing. The right side has been slightly modified to vent more air. It also housed a Stebel air horn (hence the cutout on the backside.

    Side air intake assembly box and covers only. No tubes or other hardware included. Sold as a pair only.

    $50.00 USD plus shipping to anywhere in the USA ONLY.


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    Sorry, not trying to hijack your thread. I'm just a little concerned about you 9 after seeing that horn mod. How did the previous owner filter the air coming in on the side with the horn?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poseidon View Post
    Sorry, not trying to hijack your thread. I'm just a little concerned about you 9 after seeing that horn mod. How did the previous owner filter the air coming in on the side with the horn?

    LOL.....He has a Big Air Kit under the tank......Filters sit right on top of the throttle bodies.

    The Salad Bowls were just decoration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jam36a View Post
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    That was fast

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    BCS , with that BAK do you have pics of the other air filter? I assume it is located under the aluminum pan? How about side pics of the bike without the air cleaner assemblies?
    My bikes are snowed in my garage, so I am just putting together a game plan for when the weather breaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mi109R View Post
    BCS , with that BAK do you have pics of the other air filter? I assume it is located under the aluminum pan? How about side pics of the bike without the air cleaner assemblies?
    My bikes are snowed in my garage, so I am just putting together a game plan for when the weather breaks.
    The guys I know who have that set up are running spike air intakes also with the stock rubber boots on the end of them that used to connect to the stock air box.

    These sit pretty much perfectly inline with the filters under the tank and force cool air onto/into the filters when you are moving down the road.

    I will have to look and see if I have anymore pictures.

    There are also a few more small filters that connect to the small lines that normally would have connected to the back of the stock intakes. (Crank Case Breather, etc)

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    Here is one guy that has the BAK intake and he moved his ingniton key switch up to where the salad bowl used to be on the left side.

    His right side is open but I will have to see if I have a picture.


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    Sorry I cant find a shot with the plate not on yet but here is one partially assembled, you can kind of see the other filter under the plate.

    that throttle body is angled so the second filter will sit under the plate.


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    Here is the right side of that bike that is open, not a great shot to see between the jugs but its the only pic I could find.


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    And here is the OP's bike with the black salad bowls still attached. and another shot of what he is running now in place of the salad bowls.




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    Thanks John.

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