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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-24-2011, 03:20 PM Thread Starter
 
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First mods for 2007 Revolt

I just bought 2 2007 Revolts. Bone stock, except for a super trap muffler. What would be the "best bang for the buck" modification to make. We run mostly run in the sand.Any advise would be greatly appreciated. By the way, I really enjoy reading your posts,You guys seem even crazier than the crowd I hang with!
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-24-2011, 05:17 PM
 
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You may want to change to 2 K&N air filters and put them on the throttle bodies. The stock one will work for one side, so you will need one more. I would also add outer wears over the filters.
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I have both the filters and the "Redline outerwears" in stock if you decide to go that way.

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I ran the K&N's down on the throttle bodies (2 of them) for about a year racing. I found it to be a pain in the ass because I would have to remove the seat to clean them every time. And after every race or dunes trip, they needed to be cleaned. You might be better off just changing the inlet tube to something with a smooth inside and then find a way to adapt to two K&Ns or one larger K&N up where the stock location is. It would be easier to get to for cleaning and would flow just as well. I've seen a few different versions on this board. Maybe search around and see if you can find some posts with what some others have done. No reason to "re-invent the wheel" on this one.

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You may want to change to 2 K&N air filters and put them on the throttle bodies. The stock one will work for one side, so you will need one more. I would also add outer wears over the filters.
The other benefit to getting rid of the stock air plenum is the relocation of the oil tank breather hose up to a filter by itself so oil doesn't get into the throttle bodies and contaminating the map sensor. I have told several Redline owners to do this to get rid of flashing check engine lights from a dirty map sensor. It is usually the problem.
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Re: First mods for 2007 Revolt

my intake system ump works fantastic in every condition and is water tight went riding last sunday from Hwy 35 near the white river to Wamic Oregon down the old barlow road also known as the old Oregon trail
35 mile one way with very heavy powder dust and back , I checked out the air box today and not a spec of dust inside Ump uses a donaldson filter the same used in machinery nothing gets past it
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Re: First mods for 2007 Revolt

I am sure this comment will be controversial . I run the turbo set up with the stock filter. It rated for 130hp. It could help to drill some holes. But I pull plenty air through it. Maybe it is different for the n/a motor. But it has plenty of surface area and the inner fine cone. Works great for me.



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I am sure this comment will be controversial . I run the turbo set up with the stock filter. It rated for 130hp. It could help to drill some holes. But I pull plenty air through it. Maybe it is different for the n/a motor. But it has plenty of surface area and the inner fine cone. Works great for me.
Are you sure its the stock air filter that came on the car? Or is it the Donaldson air filter that came with the turbo kit?
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Mine came from Redline with the donaldson on the stock setup. Guess I got lucky. It is good filter.



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