LA Choppers xXx Big Air Kit - Black - Yamaha V-Star 650 ('98 to newer)

LA Choppers xXx Big Air Kit - Black - Yamaha V-Star 650 ('98 to newer)

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• xXx BAK unleashes the beast in your bike
• X-celeration is much quicker, smoother and stronger
• Reach maximum speed in each gear more rapidly than before
• Dyno-designed “AirLoad” manifolds reduce turbulence, increasing air velocity that boosts horsepower and torque
• Custom-made Airaid cleanable filter provides your bike with increased air volume
• Improves engine and fuel efficiency
• X-poses your engine and brings out its aggressive nature
• 3-D mesh ""X"" cover is beautifully styled and adds interest
• Machined from T-6061 billet aluminum and beautifully chromed
• Complete hardware kit and instructions included for easy installation "

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This accessory fits:

- Yamaha 650 V-Star Classic
- Yamaha 650 V-Star Custom
- Yamaha 650 V-Star Silverado



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Question & Answers:

    performance

    posted on 04/14/13 by
    willyb (willyb) from , , wrote:

    Is there a difference in performance return i.e added HP with the xXx BAK vs the Barons BAK. Like both but want the best!



     
    posted on 04/15/13 by
    willyb from , , wrote:

    Hey Steve, funny you mentioned the smartpartz baffles because was thinking of getting them as well. Heard the bring sound down a bit but round it out plus a bit of extra torque. May have to tinker with the mixture on re-jetting to get it right but glad to hear some outside recommendations. Cheers!



    posted on 04/15/13 by
    theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

    My son (who rides my 650) enjoys the sound of the V&H Cruzers pipes that are fitted. I did tone them down a bit with some add-on baffles from www.smartpartz.com

    Cheers, Steve



    posted on 04/15/13 by
    willyb from , , wrote:

    Thanks guys-I'm all over the ccnd650 owners forum-heaps of help! Re. Captainbob69-I've got the 650 Custom coz that's the biggest bike I can legally ride for the next year and half down here in Oz. I've ridden bigger hence my desire to make it faster/more powerful. I'm probably getting V&H Cruzers for my pipes coz they are the only ones easily available down here. Was looking at Hard Krome/Road Burners or BUB exhaust but they don't have outlets down here and cost an extra $200-$300 with postage on top.

    Thanks for your feedback and any other advice re. pipes and air kit would be good. I like the BARONS BAK but may just get the Arlen Ness or some cheaper option if there is no power difference. It would be good if there were proper comparisons online, but can't find any.

    Ride safe.



    posted on 04/14/13 by
    theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

    As another owner of a 650 I concur with Bob.
    If you want lots more power go with a bigger bike, or tweak as much as you can out the 650 with some aftermarket mods such as exhaust, rejetting, air intake. Lots of info at http://www.650ccnd.com/ht.htm or http://www.650ccnd.com/perf.htm

    Cheers, Steve



    posted on 04/14/13 by
    captainbob69 from , PA, US, wrote:

    Howdy there Willy! To be truthful, I think you should pick the one that you like the best as far as appearance. The V-Star 650 doesn't have gobs of power to begin with and I can assure you that you feel the difference between one of these and the other. Please understand, I'm not slamming the V-Star 650 - I owned one and put approximately 22,000 fun-filled miles on it. You're just not going to see a big power change since there isn't much to begin with.
    In addition, you didn't mention if you have done anything else in the way of exhaust and jetting. Those would be really necessary to reap the benefits of a Big Air Kit. To let more air in, it has to be able to go somewhere (free-flowing exhaust) and more air requires more fuel, hence the re-jetting. Good luck, give a holler if you have any more questions.




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