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I have now got in a new tighter mesh. The Chrome gives off a real good shine to it. I will only be offering this is Black and the Chrome that is shown below. I think it looks real good in the covers. It is still real strong. Not as strong as the standard mesh that I use but still stong. Still 100 times better than the cheap Home Depot gutter mesh. Figured I would post it to show you guys the choice you have now in mesh on the covers.

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looks good man
 

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Awesome work, man:bow:. They are definitely in my list of short to mid-term mods. Keep up the good work and your prices low:bigthumbsup:
 

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looks good
 

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i want them but i have a question do you use stock air filters are you buy other ones. I have seen people make plates and block off rear of filters but never seen actual element.
 

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I think you are the best for air mods! I'm considering a future purchase and I may be contacting you very soon. I think it is money well spent. Good job!!:bigthumbsup::bigthumbsup:
 

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i want them but i have a question do you use stock air filters are you buy other ones. I have seen people make plates and block off rear of filters but never seen actual element.
A lot of the guys, including myself, switch to K&N's. I did use stock air filters for a while. Either are fine to use. All depends on what you are after. If you just want the look of a custom set and are not worried about getting as much air as you can, the stock filters are fine. But if you are trying to feed the bike a lot more air, K&N's are the way to go.
 

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A lot of the guys, including myself, switch to K&N's. I did use stock air filters for a while. Either are fine to use. All depends on what you are after. If you just want the look of a custom set and are not worried about getting as much air as you can, the stock filters are fine. But if you are trying to feed the bike a lot more air, K&N's are the way to go.
:agree: K&N's are the best low cost performance upgrade you can do, IMO. I am ordering my covers soon and I want the tighter mesh. it looks amazing!
 

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len, that new mesh looks great. i still tend to prefer the looks of the old mesh since it has bigger holes, but i really do like the look of the new stuff as well. a person couldn't go wrong with either style. awesome work.

btw, i really like the flame cutouts in the first picture. those things look awesome!!!! :bigthumbsup:
 

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The new mesh looks a lot better than the old, but I wonder if it flows as well? Might be something to consider if someone is planning on blocking the rear inlet.

Looks great otherwise, I prefer it to the more open mesh for looks, especially on patterns that are not very open. :bigthumbsup:
 

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How come every time I see a picture of these, it has some goober with a camera in the reflection in it? Can I get a set without the "goober"? :joke: :joke:

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The hard part is to think of what to have you do, the options are endless.:super::bigthumbsup:
 
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