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Old 08-22-2013, 11:39 AM   #81
Head2Wind
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Ahhh.... I screwed up...

For clarity:
Again I was basing my statement on using the STANDARD filter not the DOME when installed on the SE/SM.... With the STD filter and the non-clipped velocity stacks, you cannot get that bad boy out from between the tank and the carb bits..... With the DOME and the clipped velocity stacks, then you are very correct, you can remove 'safely'.
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