New Air filter: Bikeair/ITG

Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by ktm950se, Jun 9, 2012.

  1. ktm950se

    ktm950se Banned

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    Greetings,
    Does anyone have experience with Bikeair/ITG's air filter?
    ITG's website lists a filter (assembly?) for the KTM 950 Adventure, 950 Superenduro, and 950 Supermoto, as part #HMP-747.

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    I just received word from ITG regarding this 'filter' and, alas, its just that and nothing more...

    HMP-747 is a filter replacement only. It has no base plate. It replaces the standard filter and sits inside the stock air box of the Super Enduro.


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  4. bambadoo

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    I also use the one in the pictures above in my SMT. However I use the itg with 65mm internal height instead of 100mm as in the pictures. Works great..

    It is called ITG Megaflow jc30 "sausage" filter.
    http://itgairfilters.com/downloads/JC30.pdf

    With corresponding baseplate.


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  5. ktm950se

    ktm950se Banned

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    Greetings,
    Can you explain your baseplate setup in more detail?
    Did you have to drill holes in it for the carbs to protrude through?
    What Fuel Injector Body-to-baseplate gaskets/O-rings did you use?
    Did you encounter any other issues or problems setting this configuration up?

    Thanks!

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    Not time right now but some work had to be done....

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    As you can see the baseplate (1mm thick) had to be cut out to fit. a 4mm plexi glass was glued to it. (to make it stiffer and so that the throttle (I have changed to RC8 throttles) fitted good.

    69mm o rings was also fitted to make the seal between the throttlebodies and the baseplate.

    EDIT - 69mm o rings.. Not 6.9mm
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