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My poor mans version of a hi-flo A/C goes like this...... Drill 9 1.25 holes in the back plate and install a K&N replacement element.....done :) Oh I forgot now go get more beer with the funds you saved:cheers:
Yeah, and it also sucks in hot air off the hot motor instead of sucking in fresh cool air. Probably wistles a bunch too. Air moving over a holes tends to do that. But if thats what floats your boat, roll with it.
 

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I agree about the hot air, but still better than stock :)

There are no wistles or noise at all.

Besides it is just to help the performance of the bike till I build the 98" and put a proper A/C on it at that time.:brows:
 

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The foxperformance price on the K&N filter is now $53.50. Thats quite an increase from $36.43 Eastern performance has them for $48.00
 

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The SE/AC uses the same K&N HD-0800 filter on the carbed models and the EFI models. Here are the instructions.
Hi!

There is no more link to the installation instructions for the SE-aircleaner kit.

Does anyone have a link to the instructions or can someone mail me a pdf?

Thanks
Sponk
 

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Today's price for a black kit:

31.14 [zanottis] 29586-06 [black backing plate] [20.76 for grey color]
03.29 [zanottis] 29583-01A [air filter gasket]
16.26 [zanottis] 29557-05 [breather plug x2]
02.36 [zanottis] 11292 [O-ring x2]
31.08 [zanottis] 29447-99A [mounting stud x 3]
04.50 [zanottis] 3938 [torx screw x 3]

17.00 [zanottis] shipping

Total 106.00 plus 53.00 for K&N filter = $159

To compare with Zipper's kit which I am considering:

Zippers Black HiFlow Filter Kit, '99-up TC with
Carb or Throttle Cable EFI - $131.95 (free ship)
 

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HD has recently started including the install instructions for the parts/kits they list on their web site. For those of you with newer bikes you can download the install instructions and check out the parts list at the bottom. You can then order the individual parts you want. Thats what I did when I made that post (although I got the install instructions by sweet talking the parts guy at the dealer. Told him my dog ate my copy, which did actually happen afterwards).

Enjoy...

http://www.harley-davidson.com/gma/gma_product.jsp?PRODUCT<>prd_id=845524441842407&FOLDER<>folder_id=2534374302292271&ASSORTMENT<>ast_id=2534374302292271&bmUID=1272339517311&bmLocale=en_US
 

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Updated prices

O.K. boys & girls, since I already have the REAL K&N filter element for the screamin' eagle stage one a/c, my wife ordered me the
chrome backing plate #29624-08 $49.95
chrome breather bolts #29762-08 $18.50 x 2 = $37.00
o-rings #11292 $1.07 x 4 = $4.28
a/c mounting studs #29447-99A $12.95x 3 = $38.85
a/c torx screws #3938 $1.50 x 3 = $4.50
backing plate gasket #29241-08 $8.95
Total = $143.53
These are list prices, with no discounts applied.
This list is for 2008 - up touring models.
The "re-usable" K&N element is #HD-0818
With my discount & sales tax, I paid $135.55
Boy, inflation really sucks!
 

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Hey Guys
I'll tell you from the start im not to mechanically minded,( im a carpenter } and I dont even know how to start a new thread yet so please forgive me for gatecrashing this thread... Im looking at getting SE cams and maybe a 1550 bore kit done on my 03 1450cc heritage classic FLSTCi . Wot do you guys think . is it worth it ??? ,any thoughts ,experiences ,comments etc would be greatly appreciated Thanks
Kiwi Steve
 

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Hey Guys
I'll tell you from the start im not to mechanically minded,( im a carpenter } and I dont even know how to start a new thread yet so please forgive me for gatecrashing this thread... Im looking at getting SE cams and maybe a 1550 bore kit done on my 03 1450cc heritage classic FLSTCi . Wot do you guys think . is it worth it ??? ,any thoughts ,experiences ,comments etc would be greatly appreciated Thanks
Kiwi Steve
Check out the forum's faq about how to use the forum etc. As for your question, please post a new thread. Thanks...
 

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Read FAQs again still none the wiser.Probably simple Lol
Its simple, go to a section of the forum that fits closest to the topic of your question (the "Twin-Cam Engine Mods" section in case you were wondering) and click the "New Thread" button. Type away... and then press the Post/Submit button. Your done...
 

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The SE/AC uses the same K&N HD-0800 filter on the carbed models and the EFI models. Here are the instructions. I ordered all the parts a while back. Took about 10 minutes to install the whole thing.
Just joined and the thread,,, any chance on finding and sending instructions, I don’t see them posted? Thanks
 

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First off, I'm not the one who came up with this idea and it has been posted (reads: buried) in other threads. I just figured I'd post it as its own stand alone thread so others could benefit.

Below is the parts list for the Screamin' Eagle Stage I Kit for EFI Models (part #29773-02B). According to HD's web site it will fit '01-later EFI Softails, (except '05 FLSTFI 15th Anniversary), '02-later EFI Touring and '04-later EFI Dyna models. Does not fit '06 FLHTCUSE models with stock A/C cover. And retails for $139.95 ($108.71 at Zanotti's) not including tax and shipping.

The problem with the kit from HD is that its overpriced and comes with a crappy paper air filter, a gray back plate (that looks like crap on chromed or black engines) and a chrome/polished SE A/C Insert (the little donut that says "Screamin' Eagle" that you stick on the outside of the A/C cover) which also looks like crap on a black A/C cover (IMO).

Anyway, here is the parts list so you can build your own SE Stage-1 A/C (Poor Man's Edition) with a K&N Filter, proper back plate color/style and save yourself a decent amount of $$ in the process. Note, Zanotti's and Fox Performance prices can change and shipping/taxes will vary depending on where you live...

From https://www.zanottimotor.com/shopping/partLookUp.html
Just enter the part number and the quantity.

Part# - Quantity - Price - Total - Description
29478-05A - 1 - $9.66 - $9.66 - Gray Back Plate
29620-99 - 1 - $6.04 - $6.04 - Chrome A/C Insert (optional)
29583-01A - 1 - $0.83 - $0.83 - A/C Gasket
99642-97 - 1 - $5.68 - $5.68 - 243 Blue Loctite
29557-05 - 2 - $8.88 - $17.76 - Breather Plug
11292 - 2 - $1.16 - $2.32 - O-Ring
29447-99A - 3 - $8.13 - $24.39 - A/C Mounting Stud
3938 - 3 - $1.80 - $5.40 - Torx Screw

Total: $72.08

Then go to http://www.fox-performance.com/ and enter the part # HD-0800 for the K&N air filter. Should be $36.43.

Your total should be around $108.51 (not including tax and shipping). This will give you exactly what is in the SE Stage-1 A/C kit with a way better air filter and without the install instructions. The instructions are available in various threads on this forum.

If you have a chrome engine, you can swap the gray back plate (29478-05A) for a chrome variant (29510-05 for $31.36). Bringing your total to $130.21.

If you have a black engine, you can swap the gray back plate (29478-05A) for a wrinkle black variant (29586-06 for $27.24), and swap the Chrome A/C Insert (29620-99) for a black variant (29567-99 for $6.04). Bringing your total to $126.09.

To re-cap:
Poor Man's Stage-1 A/C + K&N filter = $108.51
HD SE Stage-1 A/C + K&N filter = $176.38 ($145.14 from Zanotti's)

Poor Man's Stage-1 A/C + K&N filter + Chrome backplate - Gray backplate = $130.21
HD SE Stage-1 A/C + K&N filter + Chrome backplate = $207.74 ($176.50 from Zanotti's)

Poor Man's Stage-1 A/C + K&N filter + Wrinkle Black backplate - Gray backplate = $126.09
HD SE Stage-1 A/C + K&N filter + Wrinkle Black backplate = $203.62 ($172.38 from Zanotti's)


Note: The Chrome (29620-99) and Black (29567-99) A/C inserts are optional. They're just accent pieces. They serve no functional purpose. If you don't want it, you don't have to get it, saving yourself $6.

Enjoy, you cheap bastards...
That's half of Stage 1. Stage 1 is Air cleaner AND free flowing exhaust..
 

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I would love to use that orginal SE backing plate at the beginning of the post on my 2010 touring. The Moco only lists it for softail models. I wonder why?
Do you know if it will fit 2010 FL touring models? I know there is an SE backing plate mentioned earlier in this post that does fit. I have that one. I want to use the style below to allow me to re-route the air breather tubes externally.


Thanks
Jordan

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