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I'd recommend getting a KORE CAI. They are dyno proven (for the Tib) and are fairly easy to install.

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You live in Washington, right? I'd recommend getting the bypass valve.

The bypass valve sits somewhere in the intake piping far enough off of the ground where it won't get wet. Now if you go through a huge puddle where the intake gets submerged under water, it will cause a pressure change in the intake due to it not being able to suck up any air. Without the bypass valve the engine will proceed to suck up the water and end up blowing a rod, bending a valve, or breaking a piston. None of those are very good. With the bypass valve installed, the pressure change causes the flaps (often red in color) on the bypass valve to open up, allowing air to enter your engine even thought he intake can be completely under water.

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Until we have the order page, just email [email protected] or [email protected] to place an order, they'll give you full instructions on it.

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