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KMS Performance Yamaha Rhino 700 Billet Intake Kit

kms-rhino-700-intake-kit1Phoenix, Arizona – KMS Performance now offers a complete billet intake for the Rhino 700. Introductory price of $99.95. This Intake Kit enhances the OEM airbox for performance and optimum air filtration. The 700 Intake Kit is pre-assembled in new OEM air box with machined billet intake adapter, AFE air filter, outerwear and hardware. It can be used on any stock Rhino 700 with out the use of an electronic fuel controller. Kit requires no specialty tools to install.

The installation is easy and replaces the stock air box and filter to eliminate engine contaminants like dirt and sand. “Through servicing our customers Rhino’s, we realized that sand and dirt ingestion is a major problem. This is a must have if you are concerned about protecting your investment.” as quoted from Kelly McLean, owner of KMS Performance.

The billet intake kit is designed to extend the engine life of your Rhino 700.

  • Eliminates Dirt and Sand Contamination
  • Billet through piece, not relying on foam or rubber gaskets to seal
  • Installs Inside Stock Air Box (box provided)
  • Increased Filter Diameter for Longer Service Life of Filter
  • Does Not Need Electronic Fuel Controller

These can be purchased directly through KMS Performance at 602-442-4340, online at www.kmsperformance.com or on ebay at http://stores.ebay.com/kms-performance or via paypal.com.

Dealers always welcome. MSRP $150.00. INTRODUCTORY OFFER $99.95

About KMS Performance
KMS Performance has been specializing in high performance ATV’s for over 8 years and offers customized upgrades for their customers on most 4-stroke ATV’s & UTV’s, including engine mods, nitrous kits and more.

For more information on other products from KMS Performance, please visit their web site at www.kmsperformance.com or call them at 1-602-442-4340.

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