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    Hi fellow 109ners. Has anyone got a template for a backing plate to hide the hole around the intakes once you install them. Or a link where one might get the plates from. I don't like seeing the wires and that.

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    hey! i have the thunder manufacturing tornadoe kit. if your gonna have them fabricated i could send you a template of each side. they hide everything well.
    only i wont have the oppurtunity for about 2 weeks as my bike is at painter. just an offer if your stuck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wcm109 View Post
    hey! i have the thunder manufacturing tornadoe kit. if your gonna have them fabricated i could send you a template of each side. they hide everything well.
    only i wont have the oppurtunity for about 2 weeks as my bike is at painter. just an offer if your stuck.
    That would be great if you could do that.

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    You're just trying to cover the area between the cylinders?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RR View Post
    That would be great if you could do that.
    once i get my bike back i will pm you for your address. no problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingCircus View Post
    You're just trying to cover the area between the cylinders?

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    That's the one mate

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    This is the Thunder Tornadoes. The mounting is completely different and with your intakes the right one is much further forward. The tornadoes have a small airbox of their own so that each side sit the same. You wouldn't be able to use that configuration to fill in that area as the airbox is much wider than the opening.

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    I have the Forcewinders on my bike. Are you saying there is a cover available to cover the little black module and wire between the cylinders?

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