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Old 09-11-2013, 08:33 AM   #166
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How did you check out? Every cart or checkout reference sends me to the main page....

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EDIT- OK, it's working for me in firefox; does not work in exploder for whatever reason....

Weird...

Anyway, will orders be delayed since you're out and about?

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Old 09-11-2013, 08:39 AM   #167
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When I viewed the shopping cart there was a "Check-out" button. I clicked that and was forwarded to a PayPal screen that listed my 2 items. Maybe you need to order more than one thing
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Old 09-11-2013, 09:13 AM   #168
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Yeah, dude, we do count funny up here in the sticks but I'm pretty sure that the filter w/plates, prefilter, dog house, snap out, and rc8 stacks is more than one thing....or so my credit card thinks anyway....

Just cause it might help, for me in explorer, all the links associated with the cart--view cart, checkout, etc (except for "add to cart") kicked me back to the main intro page: http://www.cprfabrications.com/

Worked fine with firefox, though, so now it's just waiting for the UPS guy....hope he comes back, somehow he hit a tree next to our driveway the last time he was here....

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Old 09-11-2013, 05:58 PM   #169
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*edit* i just it! yay! thanks cpr for turning an idea into reality!!
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Old 09-11-2013, 09:00 PM   #170
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Guys! I'm sorry exploder doesn't work well with the store. This kills me but you know how tech help can be for this stuff. For now, it sounds like Firefox is the way to go. This is of course super not okay and as soon as we get back we will get to the bottom of it, but again, for now, Firefox.

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We are in Steamboat and I am sitting in a great Irish pub called McKnights as I type this on my phone down the street from the Steamboat Grand where the event is. Bottom line, first come first served. Any orders we see come through on our phone we will hold aside and ship USPS here from town every night. Please send an email to cprfab@gmail.com if you have ANY problems with checkout.

We just met with CJ (designs) at the campground outside of town and will be doing demos in the morning for those of you who will be here.

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Old 09-11-2013, 09:16 PM   #171
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Just as a side note. Google Chrome also worked earlier today.

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Guys! I'm sorry exploder doesn't work well with the store. This kills me but you know how tech help can be for this stuff. For now, it sounds like Firefox is the way to go. This is of course super not okay and as soon as we get back we will get to the bottom of it, but again, for now, Firefox.

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We are in Steamboat and I am sitting in a great Irish pub called McKnights as I type this on my phone down the street from the Steamboat Grand where the event is. Bottom line, first come first served. Any orders we see come through on our phone we will hold aside and ship USPS here from town every night. Please send an email to cprfab@gmail.com if you have ANY problems with checkout.

We just met with CJ (designs) at the campground outside of town and will be doing demos in the morning for those of you who will be here.

Cheers!

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Old 09-12-2013, 05:48 AM   #172
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Old 09-12-2013, 06:55 AM   #173
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Can't ask for more than that!

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Old 09-14-2013, 06:40 AM   #174
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i have intallled the intake system, it is fantastic!! but i have a whistling noise until 5 rpm at wot , i have put the breather hose pointing in between the two trumpets,can this be the problem?
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Old 09-14-2013, 06:58 AM   #175
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i have intallled the intake system, it is fantastic!! but i have a whistling noise until 5 rpm at wot , i have put the breather hose pointing in between the two trumpets,can this be the problem?
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Try rotating the rubber intake sleeves 180 degrees or until they align better with intake ports. This solved a whistling problem for another inmate.
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Old 09-14-2013, 07:12 AM   #176
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Try rotating the rubber intake sleeves 180 degrees or until they align better with intake ports. This solved a whistling problem for another inmate.
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Old 09-14-2013, 02:27 PM   #177
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So I have read this thread from start to finish and found no definitive answer.
With the Rottweiler Intake System, twin Akra pipes and a Akra map, do I need to remap?
Or would the Motohooligan Airbox Kit be a better option?
http://www.motohooliganperformance.c...&product_id=61
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Old 09-14-2013, 04:18 PM   #178
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News flash!!!!!!

Chris was kind enough to up load his custom map for the 07-08 into my 07 running akro pips (pair) WOW
Can you tell I am a little happy! The fueling is so smooth now!!! I have been chasing the shitty fueling on this thing for 4 years I really think I am finally finished! Off idle is super smooth rolling on in high gear from 2K is better than ever. I will be riding 1300 miles back home leaving tomorrow and will report the fuel economy. Riding out here I was getting about 36 mpg. I hope to get close to 40

THANK YOU CHRIS!

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Old 09-14-2013, 10:07 PM   #179
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So I have read this thread from start to finish and found no definitive answer.
With the Rottweiler Intake System, twin Akra pipes and a Akra map, do I need to remap?
Or would the Motohooligan Airbox Kit be a better option?
http://www.motohooliganperformance.c...&product_id=61
I have never seen one of these.... I would still suggest the CPR as the support is 2nd to none and the secondary products that complement the CPR (snap kit and tool box) are awesome.

All weekend here at the Ktm rally CPR has been nothing but help. Can't say anything but good things about them and their passion
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Old 09-15-2013, 01:06 AM   #180
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So I have read this thread from start to finish and found no definitive answer.
With the Rottweiler Intake System, twin Akra pipes and a Akra map, do I need to remap?
Or would the Motohooligan Airbox Kit be a better option?
http://www.motohooliganperformance.c...&product_id=61
The akra map is richer than what you need so you'll be fine not remapping if you already have the akra map loaded.

The MH airbox is also a seriously nice design. I've had both and they are both excellent and produce some amazing results.
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