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Old 05-02-2013, 11:10 AM   #91
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Im am going to reverse it and put the snorkel back on and see if it makes any difference. And double check that I didn't disconnect/knock a vacuum hose off somewhere. Engine also idles a little high (1600 ish) when its fully warmed up.
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Old 05-06-2013, 11:43 AM   #92
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I did roughly 300 miles yesterday with the Uni 1426 main filter and the Uni prefilter installed. Rode mixed gravel and slab. Works great. Power is just fine. I can't feel a difference between this setup and stock. Kudos to Uni. Cheers.
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Old 05-06-2013, 02:07 PM   #93
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Some pic's of the panel filter that Unifilter Aus have made for the 990.
Sorry about the quality, pictures taken from phone.
These will not be ready for sale for 4 to 6 weeks.




any word when these will be available ??
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Old 05-06-2013, 03:24 PM   #94
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any word when these will be available ??
I looked at those and thought they may be too restrictive so we bought this

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Old 05-06-2013, 03:56 PM   #95
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I looked at those and thought they may be too restrictive so we bought this
No more restrictive than the prefilter I'd guess, and for me its about easy servicing and clean air.

the filter in your pic looks mighty thin, going by the picture, how thick/dense is it in reality
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Old 05-06-2013, 06:18 PM   #96
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No more restrictive than the prefilter I'd guess, and for me its about easy servicing and clean air.

the filter in your pic looks mighty thin, going by the picture, how thick/dense is it in reality
Will photograph our pre cleaner and snorkel on the weekend, not sure of the filter thickness yet, will photograph that too.

All other foam filters we have used on other bikes are not really thick, time will tell I guess.
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Old 05-07-2013, 04:13 AM   #97
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any word when these will be available ??
This will be available in the next few weeks. I am putting the final touches to the die to manufacture them this week. In regards to the filter, the is foam is actually 50mm high with hollowed out pockets to increase the surface area. The surface area is actually slightly larger than the original paper. We will have two versions. One for street use and one for dirt use.
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Old 05-07-2013, 06:03 AM   #98
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Thanks, yes 950. I looked back & saw the post from Boatman.

Boatman: what jetting/adjustments changes are required for the prefilter?

Found my paper finally and after figuring out my chicken scratches realized I'm fairly close to stock. I installed the Uni prefilter after I had done a custom exhaust (2-1 out the left side with a free flowing Neptune can).

This where I'm at right now...
Needles #3 from the top
Fuel screws 2 1/4
Floats at 3.5mm
Mains, front 147.5; rear 150
Idle jet (pilot) 45
Idle air 70

Runs perfect all the way from idle to full. No flat spots or hesitations.
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Old 05-07-2013, 07:00 AM   #99
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This will be available in the next few weeks. I am putting the final touches to the die to manufacture them this week. In regards to the filter, the is foam is actually 50mm high with hollowed out pockets to increase the surface area. The surface area is actually slightly larger than the original paper. We will have two versions. One for street use and one for dirt use.
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Thanks for the update
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Old 05-07-2013, 07:17 AM   #100
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Found my paper finally and after figuring out my chicken scratches realized I'm fairly close to stock. I installed the Uni prefilter after I had done a custom exhaust (2-1 out the left side with a free flowing Neptune can).

This where I'm at right now...
Needles #3 from the top
Fuel screws 2 1/4
Floats at 3.5mm
Mains, front 147.5; rear 150
Idle jet (pilot) 45
Idle air 70

Runs perfect all the way from idle to full. No flat spots or hesitations.
Interesting settings Boatman

So you have gone down in the main jet size and up one needle setting, really interested in this as we have very small flat spot in transition between pilots and main, most others tend to go up and fuel the crap out of it.

We have factory pilots and she runs fine here, we are about to fit the MW-R foam filter and a precleaner and we run 2 into 1 with baffle in (at least while travelling)

I also have flexijets to put in as well.

I am guessing maybe a needle clip setting change may be required.

Any of your good input would be welcomed so I don't have to try and reinvent the wheel.
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Old 05-07-2013, 07:30 AM   #101
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Thanks Boatman- Would you say those carb settings apply to sea level to 3000ft?

BTW I removed the pre-filter, put the snorkel back on and hard start problem solved. Seems the combination of the pre-filter opening being smaller than the snorkel & and oiled foam restricts enough airflow to requiring jetting to compensate.

For now, I'm not going to re-jet, and I think I will leave the snorkel on, and simply ziptie some UNI universal foam over the snorkel opening when I get in super dusty conditions-

btw I have 2 new prefilters in the packaging I'd sell $20ea

Seems to me that replacing the paper filter and upgrading to the full UNI set up - and running with out the top of the filter box on would produce best performance. When you look at all the hardware the air has to pass by in the airbox before it gets to the paper filter- sure seems that airflow would be less than optimal.
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Found my paper finally and after figuring out my chicken scratches realized I'm fairly close to stock. I installed the Uni prefilter after I had done a custom exhaust (2-1 out the left side with a free flowing Neptune can).

This where I'm at right now...
Needles #3 from the top
Fuel screws 2 1/4
Floats at 3.5mm
Mains, front 147.5; rear 150
Idle jet (pilot) 45
Idle air 70

Runs perfect all the way from idle to full. No flat spots or hesitations.
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Old 05-07-2013, 06:01 PM   #102
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This will be available in the next few weeks. I am putting the final touches to the die to manufacture them this week. In regards to the filter, the is foam is actually 50mm high with hollowed out pockets to increase the surface area. The surface area is actually slightly larger than the original paper. We will have two versions. One for street use and one for dirt use.
Cheers
Will either of the two versions require remapping of the FI system on the 990? Or can I just install and go?
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On a standard bike with no other modifications you should not need to remap the bike when using the off road version. On the road version you may need to adjust the settings slightly as the air flow will be improved over the standard filter.
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Interesting settings Boatman

So you have gone down in the main jet size and up one needle setting, really interested in this as we have very small flat spot in transition between pilots and main, most others tend to go up and fuel the crap out of it.

We have factory pilots and she runs fine here, we are about to fit the MW-R foam filter and a precleaner and we run 2 into 1 with baffle in (at least while travelling)

I also have flexijets to put in as well.

I am guessing maybe a needle clip setting change may be required.

Any of your good input would be welcomed so I don't have to try and reinvent the wheel.

Going down on the mains was actually the change I made when I installed the pre filter.


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Thanks Boatman- Would you say those carb settings apply to sea level to 3000ft?

I'm at around 1200' and been sea level to probably well over 3000'.
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Old 05-08-2013, 01:11 PM   #105
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On a standard bike with no other modifications you should not need to remap the bike when using the off road version. On the road version you may need to adjust the settings slightly as the air flow will be improved over the standard filter.
Nice! Count me in! I want one of these now too (off road version)!
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