Spin on filter upgrades have always been a popular modification for bikes with cartridge filters, and an often requested change for Urals. In an effort to meet customer demand, a spin on filter will be standard for 2014, but the new front engine cover won't work with older rigs as it has no place for the ignition unit. While most of the changes for the 2014's will be too cost prohibitive for upgrading, IMWA saw that it would be feasible to offer a modified front cover with ignition housing for older rigs. With the new 2014 being the focus of their attention, they requested that I test a prototype unit on my rig, which naturally I am more than happy to do. Here are the 2 main components and the filter, this and a couple of gaskets are all that's necessary to upgrade. A wild guess going by the price of the standard parts, I would guess the kit will be around $250, but that is just a guess at this point as IMWA doesent even know exactly what it will cost to manufacture. The filter is up fairly high safe from debris and impact, it will clear the crossover on the OE exhaust, and looks like it will clear the Raceway 2 into 1 header. All 3 types of skidplates will clear. Not sure about the Powerarc ignition. The filter is a Napa Gold 7207 filter available at auto parts stores, and cross references to several other brands. I think its really cool that IMWA has taken the time to make this happen for those of us with older rigs so we aren't completely left out of all the upcoming changes. IMO it sends a clear message we won't be forgotten. This is the first prototype for testing, so it may not be exactly the same as the production unit. The standard 2014 cover is flat with no place for the ignition unit. The location of the filter will be the same as the 2014 shown here. I will install it this weekend, its an easy DIY swap.