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Hi Guys,

After numerous requests I thought I'd finally get around to making the design files for these projects available. There are 3 projects....

1).. An open airbox lid that uses the stock or aftermarket filter (DNA, K&N etc.) in the normal location, ie fitting down into the lower airbox.

2).. An open airbox lid that uses the stock or K&N filter in the upside-down location, ie fitting on top of the lower airbox.

3).. A set of fuel tank filler rings, kinda like the GIVI TankLock series, that will allow you to fit a small hard case onto (actually, slightly above) your tank. The bag I used is a waterproof hardcase for a GoPro camera off eBay.

Fine Print:

- I know these items fit the 1st Gen. Dukes up to 2017 but can't say for sure if they will or won't fit the 2017 model onwards.

- There is no warranty or guarantee on these models. They worked for me but you'll have to decide if they work for you. I have included STEP format copies of the models so you can change them if you like.

- Remember, after all these are just plastic parts. The % infill you use will influence their strength, and don't expect them to be as strong as metal ones. Treat them with care & they will last. I have been using mine for over 12 months without problems.
 

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many thanks to Phil aka The Mariner for his contributions to the community!

I've been running his airbox cover and tank filler rings for some time now - they work well.

As he mentions, the infill percentage is important, particularly on the tank filler ring pieces - I had the tank side mount break when I had a heavier load in the bag. I've since had it reprinted at 100% infill and no issues now.
 

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Hi Guys,

After numerous requests I thought I'd finally get around to making the design files for these projects available. There are 3 projects....

1).. An open airbox lid that uses the stock or aftermarket filter (DNA, K&N etc.) in the normal location, ie fitting down into the lower airbox.

2).. An open airbox lid that uses the stock or K&N filter in the upside-down location, ie fitting on top of the lower airbox.

3).. A set of fuel tank filler rings, kinda like the GIVI TankLock series, that will allow you to fit a small hard case onto (actually, slightly above) your tank. The bag I used is a waterproof hardcase for a GoPro camera off eBay.

Fine Print:

- I know these items fit the 1st Gen. Dukes up to 2017 but can't say for sure if they will or won't fit the 2017 model onwards.

- There is no warranty or guarantee on these models. They worked for me but you'll have to decide if they work for you. I have included STEP format copies of the models so you can change them if you like.

- Remember, after all these are just plastic parts. The % infill you use will influence their strength, and don't expect them to be as strong as metal ones. Treat them with care & they will last. I have been using mine for over 12 months without problems.
I know it's been awhile, but any chance you can share these files with me?
 

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I know it's been awhile, but any chance you can share these files with me?
send me your email address and I'll try to find the files for you.
 

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Files sent :cool:
 

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