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Old 12-04-2010, 11:02 PM
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Default Best air intake

I have a 2010 Wide Glide and I am trying to figure out which air intake to get. SE stage 1, SE Heavy Breather, Big Sucker, Hypercharger, PM Super Gas, or Roland Sands. Does either of them perform better than the others? Or is it just a matter of what you think looks cool?

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Old 12-04-2010, 11:12 PM
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I went with the screamin eagle and cut down my stock cover cause I liked the look. I don't think there is a huge differance on the more stock motors from one hi flo A/C to the other.
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Go with the AN Big Sucker or similar, you can make your own cover if you can't find something you like, I have made a few different ones for mine. Made this one to match my wheels.

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Seems to work extremely well on the street and set records at Bonneville in 2009.
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Old 12-05-2010, 02:56 AM
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got a PM Gas Air Intake. I like it cause you can choose a lot of different face plates for it...but it is $$$.
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Seems to work extremely well on the street and set records at Bonneville in 2009.
Nice..! Is it a result of your personnal homework..?
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Go with what suits your taste and pocket, it won't make a difference on a stock or stage-1 bike. Its not a tuned component like the exhaust.
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PM/ RSD intakes. Mine is an RSD(roland sand design).
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I have a 2010 Wide Glide and I am trying to figure out which air intake to get. SE stage 1, SE Heavy Breather, Big Sucker, Hypercharger, PM Super Gas, or Roland Sands. Does either of them perform better than the others? Or is it just a matter of what you think looks cool?

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