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We have designed a Performance air intake for the Yamaha Star Stryker. This Air intake will adapt all the Harley Davidsobn three bolt air filters to the Yamaha Star Stryker. If your wanting to put a Spike air filter on your Stryker then we have the only Performance air intake adapter available for this Spike Air filter.

Stay tuned we will be releasing 8 new products for the Stryker in January-February of 2011.
http://www.lowandmean.com
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Are any adjustments needed to Carbs after upgrading to this unit?
 

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Does the stryker have carb or fuel injection.....wither way you will have
to make adjustments for any Big air kits. These sound like adapters to
be able to use any universal HD air kits, or possibly hyperchargers. Carbs
would need rejetting, fuel injection would need a processor.
 

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Thanks, and yes Fuel Injection. I forget how updated a bike this is from a H2 Kawi. LOL
 

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The Kawasaki H2 was a 3 cylinder 2-stroke 750cc Screamer. Mine had a slipping clutch. Nothing compared to my new Stryker I'm Sure. But I have only driven my 0 mile bike from the back of my pickup to the shop in a circle in the snow for about 200 feet. Never let the clutch fully out at idle. All it wanted to do was go sideways! LOL.
 

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11stryker said:
The Kawasaki H2 was a 3 cylinder 2-stroke 750cc Screamer. Mine had a slipping clutch. Nothing compared to my new Stryker I'm Sure. But I have only driven my 0 mile bike from the back of my pickup to the shop in a circle in the snow for about 200 feet. Never let the clutch fully out at idle. All it wanted to do was go sideways! LOL.
wasn't this bike the fastest production bike for 1973 or something??

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An H2 still holds the record for the fastest nitrous injected 750cc motorcycle, with a standing quarter-mile of 7.776 secs at 170 mph by Brian Pretzel of Redline Motorsports, and the fastest normally aspirated 750cc motorcycle with a standing quarter-mile of 8.24 secs at 153 mph. Pretty fricken badass fast!!!
Meanwhile....back to the Stryker. ;D

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well I can tell you stryker owners that adding a air intake is
one of the MOST noticable performance mods you can do.
My raider scared me just a tad after putting the Big air kit
in.
 

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Low said:
We have designed a Performance air intake for the Yamaha Star Stryker. This Air intake will adapt all the Harley Davidsobn three bolt air filters to the Yamaha Star Stryker. If your wanting to put a Spike air filter on your Stryker then we have the only Performance air intake adapter available for this Spike Air filter.

Stay tuned we will be releasing 8 new products for the Stryker in January-February of 2011.
http://www.lowandmean.com
LM
So you have to buy the ridiculously expensive Harley intake first then buy the adapter? The Harley intake is close to $400 by itself!

Wow.

Do you have any photos?
 

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strykerliker said:
Low said:
We have designed a Performance air intake for the Yamaha Star Stryker. This Air intake will adapt all the Harley Davidsobn three bolt air filters to the Yamaha Star Stryker. If your wanting to put a Spike air filter on your Stryker then we have the only Performance air intake adapter available for this Spike Air filter.

Stay tuned we will be releasing 8 new products for the Stryker in January-February of 2011.
http://www.lowandmean.com
LM
So you have to buy the ridiculously expensive Harley intake first then buy the adapter? The Harley intake is close to $400 by itself!

Wow.

Do you have any photos?
It's my understanding that you need to buy the filter element only.

RSR
 
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