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Fitting Muzzy Stacks

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Want to fit a set of Muzzy Stack I have, the 4x stack come with 2x blanking plates.
The stacks seem strait forward to fit, but I'm not sure where the 2 blanking plates go.
Can anyone give me a heads up on where the 2 blanking plate go?
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The stacks slip right in. The blanking plates sound like what we refer to as block-off plates, which disable the stock reed-valve system.
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Thanks for that. do these block-off plates need to be fitted and what purpose do they play.
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The block off plates are the simplest way to cover the air intakes on the valve cover after getting rid of the Kleen Air system. Removing the Kleen Air stuff reduces backfiring, reduces weight and gives more room between the valve cover and the underside of the air box for maintenance.
Quite an easy job, plenty of info on the site about it. Search for Kleen Air or similar...

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