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pro-tec moflow intake

I was wondering if anyone here has any experience with this set-up. My dad got one for his 07 660 and when he installed it his rhino would cut out at 42 mph. He messed around with diff. jets sizes and changed his needle out for an adjustable one still no real change.
I have one on my 06 660 and havent had any real problems. We have the same kind of mods as far as bolt ons go cdi, dual exhaust, bored carbs. Any input would b nice, thanks !
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Is that where it cut out at before the intake?


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Is that where it cut out at before the intake?
No it did 51mph before the intake install. He also checked the fuel filter and installed a high flow pump after the prob started. I think his carb is bored out to a 43mm or 44 mine carb is a 45mm could that make mm or 2 make this happ. ?
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one of my freinds bought one several years back and he had me tune it,,, it was a pain in the ass for sure. i had to break out my jetting drill bits to get it dialed in.

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So you think it is a matter of just jetting then. Is there a way to tell which way to go with the size of jet by the way it runs, as far as it cutting out would that mean you need more or less fuel ?
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So you think it is a matter of just jetting then. Is there a way to tell which way to go with the size of jet by the way it runs, as far as it cutting out would that mean you need more or less fuel ?
sounds to me like lack of fuel....


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what size jet did he use?

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what size jet did he use?
I think he ended up on a 190 main and then just gave up and put the stock box on cause we headed out to barstow that weekend. It ran fine with the stock on but he likes the idea of having the filter out of the engine cover. I think that the design is good but is a pain in the ass to tune
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i would give the 200 a try. i think the old rhinocraft intake and exhaust system came with that size jet.

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i would give the 200 a try. i think the old rhinocraft intake and exhaust system came with that size jet.
He called pro-tec and they told him the jet is to big so he is considering taking it somewhere and just having it dyno tuned. Does anyone what something like that would cost and a good place to take it.he mentioned taking it to alba.....
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