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post #1 of 19 Old 12-28-2017, 09:05 AM Thread Starter
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Sprint 08 F1-85 filter

Has anyone bought the new Sprint 08 F1-85 filter and tried it? Dyno time?
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I've never had any air filter show a gain on the dyno.
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I've seen gains with the street Sprint on the dyno but not a huge amount. You have to tune for it. Have one in my broken 13...

With that said, the new filter looks promising but it's new and I haven't seen any results cept for the runs brock posted.

For any high flow filter you can't jist tune on the dyno and expect it to be right. The fuel trims for each gear will be off.

I opted for the MWR WSBK filter myself since I know it shows real results.

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one of the members after a sprint filter airbox was dirty all the time... never with the mrw filter...

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High flow filters on average allows more dirt particles into the engine..
I guess if you only plan on keeping your bike until the next model...that is fine, but long term...will end up equaling a rebuild. Racers rebuild all the time so it do not matter. They can run a window screen lol.

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High flow filters on average allows more dirt particles into the engine..
I guess if you only plan on keeping your bike until the next model...that is fine, but long term...will end up equaling a rebuild. Racers rebuild all the time so it do not matter. They can run a window screen lol.

Hey didn't you maps are an mwr map?

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one of the members after a sprint filter airbox was dirty all the time... never with the mrw filter...



just my .2 cents


Might have been me.. P16 letís too much dust in on the zx10rr but never had an issue with the P08 on the BMW.


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Yeah p08 in my 4th gen. Dirt wasn't an issue

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i just ordered one from Brock
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Let us know what you think about it and if any performance gains.
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