I spent the afternoon doing the final fitting and attachment of the feifel air cleaners to the back end of my Tiger I. I fastened the hose clamps in place on the front intake cowls with 0-80 machine screws. None of the metal parts had to be file, sanded or changed (just like the the first fitting). Both feifels have been acid etched primed and red oxide primed to match the rest of the vehicle and look great. The entire final assembly is extremely solid.
I did however, shortened the hoses by 1/16" to allow a slight bit of slack at the back so I can unhook the front hose clamps and slide the hoses backwards off of the front intake cowls. This way the hoses can be easily pulled straight up and pulled forward from the back feifel tubing releasing them entirely from the engine deck. This allows me to enter the engine hatch withut loosening up the feifels from their mounts. Afterwards, I just reverse the steps and solidly clamp the hoses back in place.
As you Brits (at least the guy on "Tank Overhaul") would say, "Easy breezy, lemon squeezy".
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