My airbox/pod filter solution
I couldn't justify spending $350 for TPO's "kit"......especially when I could never get anyone to answer the phone or call me back, and the pic of the bracket on their website didn't look like anything that would work on a 796, so I just cut the top of the airbox off. Actually more than the top.....all that's left are the base, velocity stacks, and the back part where the ECU & battery box attach. K&N makes a perfect 4x4 filter (RB-0800) that slips right over the stock velocity stacks (only needed a slight trim). All the ancillary parts that attached to the airbox still have their mount points. I have no idea why I never saw where anyone had already done this, and I looked all over the internet for an idea of what other ppl were doing. So now I have unimpeded airflow at the intake, and a very long exhaust. I'll be surprised if this thing doesn't dyno at well over 90hp with a proper tune.