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Gsf 600 bandit carburettor dimentions . want to do away with the old air fillter box and fit cone type air fillters onto the back of the carb but need to know the diam mentions of the back off the carb thanks

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Get yourself a set of cheap calipers from autozone to figure it out for sure, be aware that by changing the filters, you might need to change the carb jets to accomodate the different amount of airflow that you will expierence. Ussually it will take a two step larger jet then what was on it, but not always.

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