yeah, don't do it. stick with the air box. often, pods are a performance downgrade for a road runner.quote:
I'd like to put pod filters on my cb360T. Does anyone have any recommendations? Links?
And then some of us actually like those jetting and tuning issues. I like experimenting with different air cleaners, carb settings, valve clearances, exhaust configurations, ignition timing, etc. I may not have the skill to make it work every time, but it's a real kick when it does work. Nothing like finding the combination that wakes up the motor and gets more out of it than the factory ever did.quote:
a K&N in the original airbox is the way to go. if you take apart the airbox, you can see what essentially amount to velocity stacks inside the box.
are you planning on racing it or just kicking it around town?
if you want rock solid reliablity and factory designed outpu, stick with the box. it ain't as sexy as stacks or pods, but what's more important: a solid, reliable, TUNABLE runner, or a track bike impersonation that requires jetting and tuning issues.
"Better a cruel truth than a comfortable delusion." -Edward Abbey