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    pics of esr airbox eliminator and question about trx 5 centermount

    I was wondering if anyone had any and pics of the esr airbox eliminator kit installed on their quad. What did you guys do to brace this because without any mounts im guessing its going to be a little floppy.

    Any also i hear people have problems with the esr trx 5 centermount exhaust hitting the frame when mounted up. Where does it hit and why does it hit? Does anyone have any pics of where it hits? Which year of frame is this mostly on?

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    The ESR eliminator kit is pretty firm. Mine doesn't flop around at all. There is no bracing needed.
    1989 TRX250R
    Arens frame, & steering stem/+4 Chrome swing arm
    Laeger's +2 +1 a-arms/Ohlins shocks front & rear
    Full Bore fenders
    ESR 310, 38 airstryker, ESR elim. kit
    Hank Deharts old 250R!

    1993 Yamaha Banshee
    setup for drag racing
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    Originally posted by 1promodfan
    The ESR eliminator kit is pretty firm. Mine doesn't flop around at all. There is no bracing needed.
    Do you have and pics of what it looks like without the seat on?
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    i was worried aboot that too, bit it was really solid on mine.

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    Here's a couple pics of mine...





    I have mine zip tied to the top sub frame rail. This way it's not allowed to flop in the down direction, but can still technically flop in the up direction. It'd probably be just fine without it, but it's piece of mind if nothing else.
    1998 LSR 250R

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