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    Quote Originally Posted by exploring/carolina View Post
    After reading this thread, checked the K&N RC2340 Pod Filters I have for my CX500D stock carbs. Had to go back to the K&N site to get filter specs to be sure which Pod filter I had. This 54MM K&N filter does not have the internal shoulder to cause issues with air flow. Will be able to test once bike is back together. I am using flat side panels, so don't know how this filter fits with OEM side panels.

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    Had to cock the filter out about 1/16" to clear the choke cable connection. Pointing a phillips head screwdriver at the choke cable connection where the filter
    is cocked out slightly to have enough clearance for the choke to operate properly. The filter still seals fine, too.

    Been testing the CX with these pod filters and it runs fine without issues.



    Flat panel cut out for pod:

    DId you have to rejet after installing these?
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    Quote Originally Posted by th3blackprism View Post
    DId you have to rejet after installing these?
    Installed K&N filters along with Mac 2 into 1 exhaust system, 90/120 jets are installed and the bike is running great with good spark plug color.
    Last edited by exploring/carolina; 07-21-2014 at 03:17 PM.

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    what do you do with the return hoses ?( i got a cx500c)

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    Excellent info. I havnt gotten to the starting up stage of my rebuild yet, but i noticed these ports when making some bell mouth filters a while back and made sure to cut notches in them to avoid blocking these ports. thanks for confirming that it was a good idea guys!

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    My CX runs great with K&N air filters with 90/120 jets & 2 into 1 exhaust system. Have to admit, Murray's Mikinui Carb kit runs stronger, but I'm OK with the performance of the original carburetor.

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