Air Filters

Discussion in 'Engine, Fuel and Exhaust' started by 90FXRS, Aug 8, 2012.

  1. 90FXRS

    90FXRS Junior Member Contributor

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    Just wondering what everyone is running and possibly why.
     
  2. Trek

    Trek Junior Member

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    K&N. Bike breathes well with it and it is easy to clean.
     
  3. FerrousBueller

    FerrousBueller Junior Member

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    I also like K&N, have had good luck when installed in the Jeep.
    I'm sure others make filters as good, perhaps even better. I tried K&N and it worked. No need/desire to try any others right now. Besides, I wouldn't want to spend the money on other products that may not work as well.
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    I also like the idea that I can retain most of the stock look!
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    In any case, most aftermarket filters will probably be an improvement over stock.

    Cheers!
     
  4. fin_676

    fin_676 Experienced Member Staff Member Moderator Contributor

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    I have a mikuni high flow filter on my softail it works well with the mikuni hsr carb and fits on without any adaptors

    Brian
     
  5. Rubyred

    Rubyred Senior Member

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    K&N filter, noticed a big difference right after I installed it.
     
  6. kennyw

    kennyw Active Member

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    k & n in my sporty,does the job


    ride safe
     
  7. ironmark

    ironmark Junior Member

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    K&N here. :bigsmiley12:
     
  8. DEP47

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    V&H Naked, washable filter good flow, and has internal routing tubes to keep the oil out of the filter and keep it from leaking oil on the engine.
     
  9. SledDog

    SledDog Senior Member Staff Member Moderator

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    K&N. Use them on all my bike. Cheaper in the long run and helpes the motor breath better.
     
  10. BikeSAG

    BikeSAG Active Member

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    K&N for the Heritage, Titan and lawnmower......................just kidding about the mower.