KTM 950/990 CPR Foam Air filter Kits at CJ Designs

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  1. cjracer

    cjracer AWD please!!

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    We are happy to offer a NEW KTM 950/ 990 Foam Air filter system at CJ Designs. IN STOCK AND READY TO SHIP!!

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    Retail Price is $299.99 plus shipping, but to launch this system I am offering an interesting pre-order Discount. :freaky

    Get 5% OFF by Sending an email through ADVRIDER, so I have your Member name.

    The recommended oil for these filters is No-Toil. We have a Service kit for these in stock for $26. If interested I can add this to the shipment.

    I will send you an invoice with shipping cost depending on location.

    Want an extra filter so you'll always be ready to go. We'll have those too for $175. Just add that you want a spare filter to you email. There is also a FilterSkin system in the works for future release. I'll add more info once I have it.


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    More Pics and info here: http://cjdesignsllc.com/CPRairFilter.html

    990 FILTER INSTALL info here: http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?p=19054324#post19054324

    Foam Pre-filters are in stock now!

    Shorter RC8 stacks and Custom Shorter 950 ADV- SE stack too!

    You can order everything you need here and get FREE shipping. http://www.dualsportwarehouse.com/CPR-Fabrication_c43.htm

    Thank you for your support.
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  2. Somber

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    I assume no fitting to a RC8 sucker...
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  7. crankshaft

    crankshaft Guns are for pussies

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    I can't wait for this kit to drop! For those of us riding the big bikes in the dusty off road environments, this is a gift from the gods:lol3 Locker43 and I will be stress testing these on the Mexican 1000 in May. Good work CJ!
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  9. ondi

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    lets talk jetting with these. Just trying to get idea. I am probably wrong but anyway my thoughts are folowing, on FI 990 they saw increase of 10% so my idea is that it gonna need 10% more fuel so would be like going from 155/160 to 172/175 on mains??
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  10. dad2bike

    dad2bike Cranky Old Fart

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    I've got the 2 into 1 exhaust. So I've given up some of the top end. I figure to be charting new territory for my jetting.
    May just go back to stock from my H2W kit and start from there.
    Whoops maybe this should be in the other thread.
    Sorry CJ.
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  11. cjracer

    cjracer AWD please!!

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    No this is all good. :)

    Thanks for the reply guys. As this is a new system, some of this will need to be sorted fine tuned as we get more miles on it, but I hope to get more Dyno time once the Snow goes away and we get the computers back in the Dyno Room. We're in WI and it snow here, limits winter testing, but we try our best. :D

    I've got a rough idea that I will try and offer up asap. I'd start back with stock as the Pre-filer setup will be a too lean on the mains for sure.

    172/175 mains would be a good start.
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  12. ktm950se

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    Interested, but I'll wait until someone dynos this filter on an SE with dual Wings and nails the jetting down.
    Didn't I read that CV carbs function better with an air box?

    ktm950se
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    That got me interested, and if we can get a skin for it...I'll bite.
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  14. Johnf3

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    I talked directly to the mfg two weeks ago and they had not even started on the 950 design yet. They were hoping to get a bike in to measure things up.

    CJ--What is your understanding about when these will be ready? Either way--email incoming to get on the 250 list.
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    Email sent. F&%k me running... my wife is gonna kill me when she finds out how much I've been spending on KTM goodies this month! :lol3
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  16. Johnf3

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    Hot Rodders have been bolting up individual filters to CV carbs from day one. I have to scratch my head over the "CV carbs don't do well with increased airflow" comments. Any ill conceived air flow project has the potential to be negative, but this one is far from it.

    I don't really care about the performance gains. I have been waiting for a real dirt bike full size foam filter that fits the 950 from day one. The Uni filter is a poor compromise in really dusty conditions--it is so small it plugs up half way through a single day.. Plus it is a restriction over the stock set up which is not acceptable in my opinion.

    Can't wait to get my hands on this.
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  17. crankshaft

    crankshaft Guns are for pussies

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    Exactly, the CV carby on my 640 ADV did just fine without an enormous airbox:lol3 In this case, smoke doesn't indicate any real fire:lol3
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    crankshaft Guns are for pussies

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    This filter is the best thing to happen to the 950 since the side stand brace, I'm excited personally.
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    Reply sent. Funny... was looking at ordering one, glad I held off. :D
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