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So I installed one tonight.....You don't need to remove the tank as long as you're tenacious and have some long Allen wrenches. Anyway, it looks good, and it comes with a rain sock.

I'll post how well it does. Rumor has it that it's the highest-flowing A/C you can buy.....
Have the chrome one on the Triglide. The only thing I've found to be a problem is the rain sock will keep most rain out except hard rain. Last August I was hammered in KY and rain managed to get through and cause it to want to pop and bang when accelerating. I've heard K&N may be coming out with a replacement filter for it which I plan on getting once they do because I'm hoping this one doesn't break down like the other Stage 1 filters seem to.

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Have the chrome one on the Triglide. The only thing I've found to be a problem is the rain sock will keep most rain out except hard rain. Last August I was hammered in KY and rain managed to get through and cause it to want to pop and bang when accelerating. I've heard K&N may be coming out with a replacement filter for it which I plan on getting once they do because I'm hoping this one doesn't break down like the other Stage 1 filters seem to.

Weird thing is that I've never had a rain cover on the open filter on the Night Train, and I've never had an issue with the bike running in heavy rain. I've been meaning to call George Douglas and see if Amsoil makes a filter that'll fit it. I'm guessing it's the same size as the filter that Sportsters use.
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Weird thing is that I've never had a rain cover on the open filter on the Night Train, and I've never had an issue with the bike running in heavy rain. I've been meaning to call George Douglas and see if Amsoil makes a filter that'll fit it. I'm guessing it's the same size as the filter that Sportsters use.
I never thought I would have a problem with the rain cover on. Maybe it was just a bit more rain than it likes. It was one of those rain storms where cars pull to the side of the road and there is lots of standing water. It shorted out the mount for my Zumo which didn't make me the least bit happy. I haven't measured it to see if I could find something else, figured I'd get around to it sooner or later.
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