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yep ……. holes



perhaps you could do a web search on filter test

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yep . holes



perhaps you could do a web search on filter test


Hello,
I watched filter tests,
considering
that K & n
allows passage,
much more air,
the dirt is only slightly higher, acceptable,
then the speech is always that,
where you drive,
and if you give more importance to air,
or by filtration,
here, in Italy, in this area,
there is no desert,
so no drifting on the sand,
so, perhaps, this type of filter do not do damage.
Next step,
it will be, cooling, of the filter box
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''will be, cooling, of the filter box ''


what ?and why ?

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''will be, cooling, of the filter box ''


what ?and why ?



Cold air intake, maybe a supercharger is in the works?

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The amount of air going through, I'm not sure if that would actually help or not. If you're going to do this, take temp reading (after airbox) before and after mod while you're riding.
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The amount of air going through, I'm not sure if that would actually help or not. If you're going to do this, take temp reading (after airbox) before and after mod while you're riding.
Hello,
air flow,
greater
definitely helps, (in these engines with electronic injection, while in carburetors,
you need new setup of fuel)
but also temperature, helps ( always in electronic injection only )
I'll install the filter tomorrow
arrived today,
and next few months, I will install
the system for cooling,
(must arrive from China)
Yes, I have already thought to do a precise test,
same day,
with a temperature measurer, inside airbox,
cooling off and then on
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how much extra power do you believe you are going to get ?

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how much extra power do you believe you are going to get ?
I think, main gain,
it is in response motor, in torque,
power, it's a little more,
but surely, there will be an improvement, in the whole rpm range,
in all speeds.
The obstacle will be the original muffler,
too closed.
By increasing air, lowering temperature,
also more fuel is injected,
and so I'll have to find a good muffler,
otherwise I'll remove,
the spark arrestor,
which already opens a little
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It will take more than a filter to inject any more fuel.

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Hello,
it depends on what one wants to get,
it's 100% sure,
more fuel will be injected,
because these bolides,
have electronic injection,
especially for a question of emissions,
if little air enters,
combustion is not good, many emissions
and then injection, send less fuel,
proportionate to the air (stoichiometric ratio)
As mentioned above, it is only a small improvement,
of course I know that it will not become an atv dragstar,
but I'm sure improvement is obvious
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Lol, so you think if you add a full exhaust, port & polished head, larger piston etc, the bike will just know how much fuel to send? Or it auto adjusts if you remove the air box lid? If that were the case, fuel injection wouldn't need after market fuel controlers or dyno tuned.

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