new oz claw

Discussion in 'BearClaw Corner' started by breeze, Mar 28, 2017.

  1. breeze

    breeze Living Legend

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    1olbull Riding Motor Since 1950

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    Allow me to be the first to reply:
    FU*KIN' AWESOME looking OZClaw! :thumbsup:
    Looks good!
    Have you got a proper tune so you can now enjoy all that extra poop?!?!?
     
  3. breeze

    breeze Living Legend

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    nope not yet still debating to put k&n filters or the ram air filter would it fit under that oz claw then to find the time 2 weeks on 2 weeks off still dont seem to have much time to do much?a BIG thanks to @ 1olbull for the the claw itself my oldest sons got a friend who dipped/wrapped it said he had to do it like 10 times to make it look right (this was the first motorcycle part he has done he"s just starting out)but he took his time and made it look good.
     
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    1olbull Riding Motor Since 1950

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    The K&Ns will fit just fine, but if you want to spend $$$, the Ram Air is a tad better.
    Either way - do it and GET THAT TUNE!
    You will be shocked at the diff!
    @HansO will take care of you.
     
  5. Mittzy

    Mittzy The Hooligan - Just Doing Stuff

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    Ramair, K&N Small Pod filters and UNI filters will fit under the Ozclaw as it is based on the original claw anyway
     
  6. barbagris

    barbagris Mad Scientist

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    Under the OZCLAW I would go RAMAIR. It seals better against the lower edge of the claw so draws in better through the claw inlet. This lower edge sealing stops HOT air being drawn up from the radiator stream and oil tank. A heat shield twixt ramair and undertank area is a help too.
     
  7. foxviewnet

    foxviewnet With foxes we must play the fox!

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    Now that's what I'm Talkin' Bout! I am a sucker for the the flames. Reminds me of the muscle car days when a flame was about as intimidating as it got. Love it!
     
  8. HansO

    HansO Not Taking Life Too Seriously

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    Let me know when you are ready @breeze David (if I remember correctly) send me a conversation with your email address (when decided on filter and exhaust options)
     
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    I have wanted that set up since I started looking at buying a rocket, always liked the look and the increased performance I have read about. Ok anyone got on for sale.
     
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    I would also ditch the OEM puke jug and relocate a nice aluminum one at the side.
    Puke-Tank.jpg
     
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