Which Air Filter you recommend?

Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by aaronc76, Jul 20, 2013.

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Which Air Filter You Use?

  1. K&N

  2. DNA

  3. Other

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  1. aaronc76

    aaronc76 Adventurer

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    Hi,
    What is your choice?
    1. K&N
    2. DNA
    3. Other

    If other, which one?

    Ta Ta
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  2. Two Moto Kiwis

    Two Moto Kiwis Homeless Somewhere

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    We run MW-R foam filter with UNI prefilter and side door prefilters.

    System works well.

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  3. ABuck99

    ABuck99 0.0

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  4. aaronc76

    aaronc76 Adventurer

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    Thanks!

    Thanks!
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  5. laramie LC4

    laramie LC4 crash test dummy!

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    haven't installed it yet but i recently won for this for free in the vendors forum. got all of it in the mail the other day.

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    i'm looking forward to the ease of access, being cleanable, and the extra oomph!

    laramie :beer
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  6. mroddis

    mroddis Been here awhile

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  7. aaronc76

    aaronc76 Adventurer

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    Cheers mates.

    BMC then... uh?!

    I wasnt aware of these brands before. :1drink
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  8. DuctTape

    DuctTape Been here awhile

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    I love mine!
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  9. Sporting Wood

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    I make my own. :D

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  10. preppypyro

    preppypyro Been here awhile

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    I second Sporting Wood's intake, its well built, works great, plus its a fraction of the price as some of the others.
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  11. ericGSsti

    ericGSsti Been here awhile

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    I'm going to get one of those rottweiler CPR filter for my next service.
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  12. boulder

    boulder jersey boy

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    I am using one of these from Unifilter


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    I also run one of these when I know I am going to be in the dust for long periods.[​IMG][​IMG]
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  13. Sporting Wood

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    :freaky Thanks!
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  14. agent86pc

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    Hi every one just a quick question, does the Rottweiler air filter system require any extra tuning to get full benefits on a 990 ?
    Thanks.
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  15. DuctTape

    DuctTape Been here awhile

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    Yup, they have a map to install since you'd be running way too lean with the stock MAP.
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  16. laramie LC4

    laramie LC4 crash test dummy!

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    yup, that's where i'm at right now. combing through all the info i can on MAPPING and trying to find just the right one.

    laramie :beer
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  17. Pistolero

    Pistolero W. F. O.

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    CPR did the foot work and developed a spectacular system. I have stuck with them through the beginning stages and I have to say they are a spectacular company with excellent customer service. Any problems I had were sorted out very quickly. Can't wait for the x pipe exhaust system they are putting out for our bikes.
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  18. spencergt66

    spencergt66 Been here awhile

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    +1 on the CPR night and day difference
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  19. vwboomer

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    this. well, I mean I don't. but his is damn nice for a very good price.
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  20. Jaimoto

    Jaimoto Spaniard in Chile

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    I never though of going other route than the OEM filter til I read the tuneecu thread. And now I see this thread. It seems I *need* to improve my bike's breathing :lol3

    Does a OEM-replacement-type filter like BMC make a difference in terms of flow? Not ready to go with an air box full replacement yet.

    And what do you think of a BMC + this side filters? yes or nay? I ride in -usually- very dusty conditions, central Chile is pretty dry all year. My guess is as long as the filter makes his job, this side panels can't hurt and actually the air they suck should be cleaner than the air coming from the snorkel...

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