Baron Custom Accessories Big Air Kit, Stealth - Yamaha V-Star 650 (98 and newer)

Baron Custom Accessories Big Air Kit, Stealth - Yamaha V-Star 650 (98 and newer)
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Bring out the performance you’ve only dreamed of! Increases horsepower and torque. Our virtually invisible BAK improves both low-end and mid-range acceleration, while adding top-end as well. Each BAK includes our titanium adjustable needles, genuine Mikuni main and pilot jets, individual high-flow K&N FilterChargers and improved float bowl hardware. Easy to follow instructions and tuning tips are included.

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Average Member Review: 4.59 (based on 49 reviews)
Would buy again: 100%

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(5 stars) reviewed on 03/26/14 by
Patrick (PASQUALEA) from Geelong, , AU, for a 2013 650 V-Star Classic wrote:

awesome !!!!!!!!

This wow all I can say is every gear is different . More power through every gear . Even my mate on his HD 1450cc was surprised buy this power . Really gave a heap more in low n mid range speeds and gave me 10km extra on top end speed. Made my exhaust deeper note and a awesome sound on deceleration


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(5 stars) reviewed on 05/22/11 by
(gome01) from Oxnard, CA, for a 2002. 4 inch Stretch Frame 650 V-Star Custom wrote:

Big difference in performance but I had issues with idle bad rich smell I put stock 20 pilots back in & 3 1/4 out on mixture screws runs great at all speeds & idle.I have a 2002 V star 650cstm straight DG 2 3/4 pipes hollowed out baffles.
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(3 stars) reviewed on 12/07/09 by
Alex (gadevaal) from Guadalajara, , Mexico, for a 2008 650 V-Star Classic wrote:

Installed it myself but couldnt get it to run right.A mechanic is taking a look at it now.
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(5 stars) reviewed on 09/13/09 by
Shawn Gray (sgray1977) from Lees Summit, MO, United States, for a 2008 650 V-Star Custom wrote:

Great kit. Gets rid of the side air filer unit. Clean look.
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(4 stars) reviewed on 01/19/09 by
tim4777 (tim4777) from , , United States, for a 2006 650 V-Star Classic wrote:

Not that bad to install and makes a big difference. One suggestion from a V-Star 650 forum is to leave the #20 jets in and not use the ones in this kit.
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This accessory fits:

- Yamaha 650 V-Star Classic
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Question & Answers:

    How to instal a smal filter

    posted on 06/11/13 by
    Maciek1 (Maciek1) from , , wrote:

    Hi
    I bought "Baron Custom Accessories Big Air Kit, Stealth - Yamaha V-Star 650 (98 and newer)" and I dont't know where I have to install small KN filter (not two big one). please help me. Please give me a email adress because i would like to send You a motorbike plans (picture of carburetor`s parts)
    My email is macmaliszewski@gmail.com.
    best regards
    Maciek



     
    posted on 06/11/13 by
    theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

    The small filter is to fit onto the rubber hose that feeds from the engine crankcase into the rear of the old airbox.
    From the instructions here:
    http://docs.baronscustom.com/showpdf.php?file=BA-2010-00
    it says:
    1. Locate the crankcase breather hose that was disconnected from the rear of OEM airbox.
    2. Cut approximately one inch off the open end of this hose.
    3. Install the crankcase breather filter and supplied hose clamp hose onto this hose. The new crankcase breather filter will remain in this area.
    Make a note to check and clean this filter apprx. every 3000 miles. This could vary if you maintain a higher
    than recommended oil level in your crankcase.

    Cheers, Steve




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