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The STM Secondary had a problem fitting under the newer style belt box covers. STM stepped up and created a fix for this. We will remove the big plastic what ever you want to call it from the inside and replace it with this flange and some silicone. It seals great. Get with me if you need this

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Or you can trade me for my early 2014 cover. lol
 

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Kris, what about us 2013 owners that are considering trying to convert to a dual air inlet setup. Does this include everything needed to modify the CVT cover or do you need to use existing parts from the 2014 dual inlet cover along with this flange?
 

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That first picture looks like the flange is over th eprimary and not the secondary. So ?
This will also allow cool air inside correct?
 

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It's upside down.....look where the insulated barrier that shields the heat from the exhaust is at....it is over the secondary.
 

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It's upside down.....look where the insulated barrier that shields the heat from the exhaust is at....it is over the secondary.
I thought that also but look at the tire? It would not be on the ground.
 

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Kris, what about us 2013 owners that are considering trying to convert to a dual air inlet setup. Does this include everything needed to modify the CVT cover or do you need to use existing parts from the 2014 dual inlet cover along with this flange?
I'll check with them and see if this could be sold as a kit


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thank you sir!
 

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Doesnt work! beware!! One hole is off 10 deg. and no o-rings on bolts = water in box! I could just redrill new holes but shouldnt have to for that kind of $$$. Gigantic waste of $80. I got ///Airdams Flange. A work of art compared to STM's. Lets hope there clutch is better.
 

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thanks for the heads up.. Where can you buy air damns?
 

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I got Adam on the [email protected] 601 883 9929. He said hit STM Flange that he tried to install was the exact same way. I think thats why he made his to sell.
 

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thats correct


here is mine. in this picture it shows a generic set of bolts. when you receive the kit you will actually get a rubber gasket, rubber o-ring, 4 new bolts with o-rings under the heads, and the machined flange. i have shipped a few already, and i have 10 that will be ready to go out the door monday.















 

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Looks like a pretty slick product.

I've installed 5 with the new STM setup. Haven't had an issue with misalignment (nor has any of the customers that I've shipped them to). As far as water leaking I did silicone the adapters quite a bit inside and out. Which is kind of common sense.


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for $55 + shipping, its cheaper than the plastic tube you get elsewhere. and it seals, and it fits.
I will take one.. You sell clutches too? Kris is not responding to my emails
 
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