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post #1 of 43 Old 09-26-2017, 04:57 PM Thread Starter
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S&S Set To Introduce Stealth Intake for Street Rod

In about 2 weeks it should be up on their website if anyone is interested.

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Actually, Some websites have it listed already. DennisKirk and Revzilla if I remember correctly.

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They are mistakenly showing the same unit that goes on the Street 500 & 750 as fitting the Street Rod.

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Thanks for that Scooter, I'll keep an eye on their website.
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While not listed on their website yet here is the intake for the Street Rod from S&S. They just emailed me this morning. Part number is 170-0414


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Chrome seems like the opposite of stealth though. And whats up with the mesh on the side that has no purpose other than to look meshy. I would personally sand blast it and paint it flat black
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Thanks for this Scooter, I think that's a nice looking filter personally.

Now I'll have to wait for J&P, Revzilla or someone to stock it. I was going to buy my Grand National slip on direct from S&S, until I came to the shipping charges. They wanted $270 to fly it to the UK, J&P charged me $37 with UPS. I can only assume S&S were going to book it a seat in business class for the journey.
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Well, after my usual troubles with the S&S website, which wanted a mere $240 to ship an air filter to the UK, my e mail to S&S finally got me a more normal price and three days later UPS delivered.

Fitting is an absolute doddle and took 3/4 of an hour, fifteen minutes of this being taken up searching for my socket set's Universal Joint. (American friends please note the correct spelling of swivel .

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Nice. Did it come with that outer cover? According to their website the covers are optional and not shown in the printed installation instructions.

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Ha, I wish! The cover cost as much as the filter assy.

They (S&S) have also decided to mix Imperial and metric fixings. Anything that screws to the bike is of course metric, any S&S bit that screws to another S&S bit is Imperial just to make it more interesting.

If anyone else is going to fit this filter you will need;

Imperial and metric Allen Keys

Imperial Allen Key sockets

Ratchet or T bar, 10" extension and a UJ. 1/2 drive doubtful, 3/8 better 1/4 better still.

The S&S kit includes a bracket that screws across both cylinders and is then screwed to the rear of the Air Filter body. Tightening this screw is a pain as there is no clear path to it, you will need to pop the coil cover off, and pull the rear HT lead off the coil then tighten the screw from the left side of the bike. It's not possible to use an ordinary Allen key to do this.

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