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post #11 of 29 Old 01-01-2018, 11:57 AM
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i will, it will be a few months before i ride again
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There will be gains. If it truly flows as well as their race filter then there is no way it doesn't show gains after tuning.

Problem with high flow filters is dyno tuning for ramair.

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There will be gains. If it truly flows as well as their race filter then there is no way it doesn't show gains after tuning.

Problem with high flow filters is dyno tuning for ramair.


When I switched from sprint P16 to MWR Wsbk filter I noticed the AFR drop so the P16 does have more flow than the MWR, the fine sand in the air box is the worry though.


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When I switched from sprint P16 to MWR Wsbk filter I noticed the AFR drop so the P16 does have more flow than the MWR, the fine sand in the air box is the worry though.


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It's not surprising. I loved the Sprint filter. I'm just hoping the WSBK filter flows better than the P08.. if the new Sprint filter flows even better but filters as good as the p08 then I'll know I've made a mistake but but got a WSBK filter for 220 and I haven't seen any actual proof of the new Sprint filter doing what it claims yet. I suppose I could have waited but who cares. Maybe I'll switch when it's time to clean and oil this filter.. I hate having to do that

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if it flows better but you see the airbox dirty, then is a no go Victor... a little hp does not make up for dirty going in the engine in my book...
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if it flows better but you see the airbox dirty, then is a no go Victor... a little hp does not make up for dirty going in the engine in my book...
The p08 filter didn't leave the airbox dirty. What I'm saying is I hope the new Sprint filter is the same and not like the p16

I'm just questioning whether or not I'm going to be happy with the WSBK filter or if i should have got the f185 filter.

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I just put it on mine.
Cant ride yet.
It does have a deeper, tourqe-e -r sound to it when revving.
First filter change on bike,, Was fairly clean in box. A little dirt residue,, lots of bugs around edges of filter. OEM
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Apparently Sprint Filters shit pretty good?



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Sprint advertises the highest amount of airflow and particle filtration. They ran an airflow test and far exceeded their competitors (likely due to their filter material choice). Their filters are expensive, and I guess you get what you pay for if you're really nit-picky. The only gains you're gonna see are going to be in the top end though. It might make the difference between 196 and 200HP at the end of the day on a dyno in the right environment with an experienced tuner. I've ran both BMC and Sprint (currently w/ Sprint) and hardly notice a difference. For costs sake I might just stick with BMC and put the $20 savings towards gear.
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