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All things considered, our bikes have a very limited top end push and we hit a wall around 140 mph realistically. Has someone modified their fuel tank, to facilitate a ram air duct to the front fairing area? I saw bodywork for the RVF that indicated this was happening then. Has anyone undergone this now? http://www.airtech-streamlining.com/hondaz/RVF75093.html case in point... One could maybe use a duct under the front fairing, or repurpose the rather gigantic turn signal spots for ducting. A turn signal 2-into-1 setup would yield positive pressure at 80 and above, no doubt. and since the ducting would be travelling up a decent ways I don't think water ingestion during bad weather would be much of a factor in not running a setup like this at all times. Does anyone have 2 cents on the matter? As it so happens, this is the RC45's airbox design. Note the crazy looking air filter, identical peripheral vacuum accessory setup, and the seemingly one-intake top box setup. Maybe if I got ahold of those intake stacks.... :) nah. they're like 44 pounds sterling each on the site I found this fiche on. like holy shit.