They help a lot in mud and rain. Rain can block the frogskin and get high belt temps. Pretty much a must do in the SE.Resurrecting this thread. Anyone else have them care to chime in. I like the fact it'd be far easier to clean an they'd be great to keep mud out when riding in the muck.
Nope not me but I do have one. Function is worth it if your in mud or rain. You have to call him to order though. They really dont look bad at all. No stickers on them either.Man, dunno why the entire time I've been at this forum I've been thinking you're the gentleman selling the Milwaukee packout bed plates. LOL. Are you?
I keep forgetting to look into these covers further. So long as they don't impede airflow, which they don't look like they do, it seems like a great idea. One that I need to jump into. Though I actually do prefer the look of the grill turned inside-out vs the clean look of the AJ covers. Function beats out form in this case.
They look nice I reversed my frog skinz so the it is on the inside and protects them a little better. No rips or tears so far.Resurrecting this thread. Anyone else have them care to chime in. I like the fact it'd be far easier to clean an they'd be great to keep mud out when riding in the muck.
It’s not too bad, I’ve taken both air boxes completely apart. You’ll be surprised what’s in there lolI did the same, sure enough after last ride a twig was left between the grate and frogskinz but no damage and it looks good but somethings drawing me to the AJ covers. 'Specially when I pressure wash after each ride. But also in imagining doing just that, pressure washing, I wonder if it's more a pain in the ass when you do wanna remove it to clean the frogskinz every now and again. I guess they'd only get dusty and not so much muddy.
I don't think the holes would really be an issue if you took them back off. The frogskinz really aren't a filter and a dab of silicon would plug the holes if they bothered you.Air. I take it this is a one-way upgrade with no going back as you have to drill holes into existing chambers for push pins?
Helps with both intake noise, acts like a dust cyclone by making the air come up from the bottom, no restriction. Frog skins stay in place. East coast forest and tight trails means sticks and you got to watch for the ones pointing at you going down the trails, especially on the sleds.Intake covers look like a frogskinz delete. I still like the looks and the idea behind the covers. Lookin' good, gents.