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I know I posted a similar quesion in the general area before so I will be more specific for this one. I was thinking about getting an air filter intake made by timbersled and getting rid of the stock air box. The web site says you don't need to change the fuel mapping - but a friend of mine says you do. Another person I know says that I would need to change the jetting on the sled (I don't know what that means). Can anyone tell me what would need to be done to make this air intake system work? Help would be much appreciated. Thanks.

http://www.timbersled.com/AirIntakeSystems.htm
 

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I ordered it today ... looks like it's a good idea to me. Some guys I talked to around here said it will not work right, but I'll give it a try.

Do fuel injected sleds need jet changes? I don't mean with this intake - just in general. (Sorry guys I don't know that much about engines) Everything I've looked up about jet changing and such seems to be dealing with carburated sleds. Thanks.
 
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