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what is the best air filter?

what do you think the best air filter for a good price would be. im not sure if i want to get k&n because of the price, but i might anyways.
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Ive always heard good things about uni but never had any experiance with them myself
I have always used K+N without any problems and i ride in some realy dusty areas just make sure you got a good outerware on it
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i run a pro design foam filter had no problems with it cost me $300 australian
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I've always used a UNI and had no problems with it even in very dusty conditions. It has always stopped the dust/dirt even when it's way over due for a cleaning.

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Ive always heard good things about uni but never had any experiance with them myself
I have always used K+N without any problems and i ride in some realy dusty areas just make sure you got a good outerware on it
Trust me the outerware does very little for fine dust, you may think it is not causing you any problems but, if you send in an oil sample for testing I bet you will think otherwise, I did and found that the K&N was letting through massive amounts of dirt detected in the oil, I have since then added a foam outerware to my K&N and will find out how it worked on my next sample, if it does not significantly drop the amount of dirt passing through the filter I will be switching to foam. For those interested in having their oil tested you can get this done at blackstone labs, it is $22 a sample but it gives you a world of info to protect your investment.

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An oiled foam filter is just about the best protection you can get.



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