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    Posted: 10 Jun 2019 at 17:37
Evening all,

I've picked up a carbon air tray to go on my gen 2 Tuono, but I'm after a bit of advice if possible or if someone's fitted one and has done a guide? I've tried searching for other people's but it's come up with nothing so thought I'd ask. The bit I'm struggling with is where does the oil breather from the rear cylinder attach to? Along with other various breathers and map sensor, I think I can fit the map sensor on the carbon one but I'm struggling to see where all the other bits go, any help would be really appreciated! Confused
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these are the bits I was referring to if anyone can help



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Originally posted by Mills94 Mills94 wrote:

these are the bits I was referring to if anyone can help


Afternoon Jack. 
 Jolly does pop up on here quite often but if he doesnt, see if you can send him a message on Facebook/messenger, just look for Ian Jolly giant Davis, he'll answer any queries you've got about the tray fitmentšŸ‘


Better to have something you don't need than need something you don't have....
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Thanks mate I have emailed him off his website page, I think I may have sussed it out, will update soon SmileSmile
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So, with a bit of ingenuity ive managed to get the tray fitted and all the electrical items re-fitted, hoses etc, only thing stopping me completing the job now is the velocity stacks, the originals are screwed from the underneath with a self tapper, this one doesn't have the holes so I'm hoping someone can shed some light on wether I need to mark and drill the holes to make sure the stacks are fixed to the tray, or do I simply just sit the stacks in and leave as is and put the filter over them? 
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