If I decide to make them I do them only for hobby purpose not for business. I just want to cover my expenses. Nothing else.mukle that's not a bad price at all considering the workmanship and the materials. Harley charges $60 each for their boots anyway. So it's not much of a stretch to be able to afford yours and have peace of mind.
We have discussed this on other topic and my idea was judged as over thinking the whole problem. Better would have been to hold plenum down with the brackets. Please read the Intake boot for boosted topic.If I read Ron's post right, I thought he was saying a metal strip would act like a backing bracket, much like what holds the fuel injectors in place. Thus creating a force between the mounting screw (bolt) and the boot at the intake to hold that rubber down better from across the mount holes. Have you thought about making something simple like that?
I have found it quite easy to tighten front clamp with flexible socket screwdriver. It does not have to be even "just" in right angle. When the clamp screw points to approx. seven a clock when you sit on your bike you can reach it quite easily with flexible screwdriver from left side of your bike. Flash light is great to have there.However I can see the need to find a way to keep the rubber "neck" if you will attached to the plenum as the worm gear clamp strap has it seems an undesired strength. It is also very difficult to get a tool in there on the front one and it needs to be positioned j-u-s-t right so as it tightens it doesn't pull away from my tool access, be it a screwdriver or socket tool.
This is of course over bent here. It is almost straight when securing front clamp. I have multiple sizes of these and they are convenient in many places.