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Design: Twin Sucker
Finish: Black Wrinkle Coat
Manufacturer Part Number: 18-909
Sold in Units: Each
|Sportster 1200 50th Anniversary XL50 : 2007|
|Sportster 1200 Custom Anniversary XL1200C : 2013|
|Sportster 1200 Custom XL1200C : 2005–2008, 2012–2014|
|Sportster 1200 Custom XL1200CA : 2013–2014|
|Sportster 1200 Custom XL1200CB : 2014|
|Sportster 1200 Custom XL1200CP : 2014|
|Sportster 1200 Custom XLH1200C : 1996–2003|
|Sportster 1200 Forty-Eight XL1200X : 2011–2014|
|Sportster 1200 Low XL1200L : 2006–2008, 2011|
|Sportster 1200 Nightster XL1200N : 2007–2009, 2011–2012|
|Sportster 1200 Roadster XL1200R : 2004–2007, 2009|
|Sportster 1200 Seventy-Two XL1200V : 2013–2014|
|Sportster 1200 Sport XLH1200S : 1996–2003|
|Sportster 1200 Standard XLH1200 : 1988–2003|
|Sportster 883 Custom XL883C : 2004–2009|
|Sportster 883 Custom XLH883C : 1999–2003|
|Sportster 883 Deluxe XLH883 : 1988–1995|
|Sportster 883 Hugger XLH883 : 1988–2003|
|Sportster 883 Iron XL883N : 2010–2014|
|Sportster 883 Low XL883L : 2005–2010|
|Sportster 883 Roadster XL883R : 2006–2011, 2014|
|Sportster 883 Roadster XLH883R : 2002–2003|
|Sportster 883 Standard XL883 : 2004–2009|
|Sportster 883 Standard XLH883 : 1988–2003|
|Sportster 883 SuperLow XL883L : 2011–2014|
easy to install and looks sick on my flhx
Relatively easy instructions to follow. The Arlen Ness Twin Sucker induction works quite well on my Ultra. I already had the lowers off so I do not know if there is a fit problem. I am glad that I choose to order it.
Seals great and works good
Looks pretty B.A. can't wait to get it on my bike.
I installed this on my Fatbob and installation was fairly simple and it looks awesome.
Great looking intake and different than the run-of-the-mill stuff out there. I especially like the silver filters; I didn't really want to change the look much on my bike and having the twin inlet w/silver filters and crinkled black tubing did just that. I will say the star loss is due to pricing and the fact that the top bolt is a bit of a pain to put in when securing the cover (tube) part of the unit to the mount plate replacement. You will find the bolt butts right up to part of the engine and so close to that/the tank (Dyna, 103 cu. in.), that it's near impossible to get it tightened without a crow's foot (11mm); they could have drilled the holes 45 degrees off of what it was and alleviated that issue for my model bike ('14 FXDF Fat Bob), but I managed with some mini-channel locks. Thread lock provided, too.
That one really nice part, the quality is fantastic and has really helped with the performance of my sporster.Not to mention its very cool looking.ROSS
I totally love the twin sucker...it adds the aggressive look and added 50 more HP to my iron 883 because it sucks in so much air.
looks good, pretty heavy, bolts are short, NOT worth the money they want way over priced for just a air cover