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#1 mechaniac


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Posted 29 November 2009 - 03:35 PM

I am in the process of installing a Trinity stage IV 2 into 1 CV kit. I have a 89 banshee with Boyesen RAD valves. The air horn on the RAd valves do not clear and must be milled or should i seek out a pair of stock or other reed cages that will work. It seems like I remember someone on here posting pics of the milled reed cages. Does anyone know if I should modify them or replace them with some other brand or stock units. please advise and thanks in advance.


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Posted 29 November 2009 - 10:03 PM

you can cut them if you want, and have the tools to shape it to flow good, or i'm sure someone would be willing to trade for ported stock cages

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Posted 30 November 2009 - 01:57 AM

I would sell yours not hacked up. Buy a set of V Force 3's with Cascade's reed retainers / stuffers. They will help match up the intake size of the 2:1 manifold and reed cage.

The v Forces come with an insert that has a small round opeaning to match the round opeaning in the stock carb boots. Cascade sells some aluminump pices that replace the small round reed stuffer / insert.

Here is there web site.
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