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looking to get a uni air filter for my 700xx, can any one give me the correct part number of the one i need.
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It's manufacturer part number NU-4143ST. You can get it here:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/UNI-A...Q5fAccessories

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If only getting the uni air filter, would that require an EFI programmer? I'm interested in the air-filter upgrade as well but don't want to run too lean without the right mapping.
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A filter and slip-on is all you can install before you must add a programmer. If you make another purchase I would add the programmer before the slip on though, I believe you would get more more power with the programmer/filter combo than a filter/slipon combo.

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A filter and slip-on is all you can install before you must add a programmer. If you make another purchase I would add the programmer before the slip on though, I believe you would get more more power with the programmer/filter combo than a filter/slipon combo.
Thanks for the advice!
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i got a uni yesterday it came with a new cage that will flow better than stock.I also cut some slots out in the stock one but i like the uni better.


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