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is fci and box good for wet outdoor riding without an lid
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Iíve been running one since day one, a lot of different trails and conditions, just make sure it gets cleaned after every ride, drill drain bolts in the bottom of the box, and try not to swamp it! Lol


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Youíll be fine with an outerwear, but remember whether you have a box or not once the filter is submerged youíll have a major problem.

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For real sloppy conditions you can run some tape between the box and the back plastics for some extra splash protection. It’s not necessary 95% of the time otherwise.

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How bad would it be to run without the box? Same conditions
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