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So I am looking into getting an intake for my 06 trx450er and the two I have heard of is the dasa kit and the fuel customs kit. I am wondering if anybody has experience with any of these or if there are better ones out there.
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I have no experience with iether. But you could go with LSR aluminum box and put whatever filter you want. K&N , DASA, SPARKS (my preference). I prefer foam filters for riding in the dirt, sand etc. because it creates a lot more dust than people think and foam filters better I think. This is my set up.
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I plan on putting a small fiter at the bottom of my box, like the one I have on the breather hose in my box
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Although I’ve her FCI produces the mist power out of all others, but could be wrong. That’s what I’ve heard
 

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Although I’ve her FCI produces the mist power out of all others, but could be wrong. That’s what I’ve heard
I plan on putting a small fiter at the bottom of my box, like the one I have on the breather hose in my box View attachment 153099
I have no experience with iether. But you could go with LSR aluminum box and put whatever filter you want. K&N , DASA, SPARKS (my preference). I prefer foam filters for riding in the dirt, sand etc. because it creates a lot more dust than people think and foam filters better I think. This is my set up. View attachment 153097 View attachment 153098
I’d go with vision air intakes
I’m thinking of the fci because from what I’ve heard and like bullvine said they have the most power
 

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I’m thinking of the fci because from what I’ve heard and like bullvine said they have the most power
Yea if power is your main Goal then FCI is the way to go. When you get it installed send some pics. If you like. Have fun!
 

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Yea if power is your main Goal then FCI is the way to go. When you get it installed send some pics. If you like. Have fun!
I probably won’t have it for a couple months mainly just doing the research before I buy it. Will definitely send pictures when I do though.
 

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Ok cool. How much does one run for anyways? Just curious, maybe it’s something I’ll switch too when I’m doing my engine mods
 

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Ok cool. How much does one run for anyways? Just curious, maybe it’s something I’ll switch too when I’m doing my engine mods
I believe it is around $215-$230
 

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Where are you going to be ordering from? Rocky Mountain ATV .com? Or is there a better vendor out there?
Probably somewhere on eBay cause I don’t believe Rocky Mountain Atv sells it.
 

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I would do a vision as well.
I like it the fci because it will let me use the stock airbox, will the vision let me use the stock airbox?
 

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I like it the fci because it will let me use the stock airbox, will the vision let me use the stock airbox?
It should work depending on which version you buy.
 
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