Author Topic: Tech Tip: What air filter?  (Read 16373 times)

Offline Notty

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Re: What air filter?
« Reply #120 on: Saturday, 13 June 2020, 06:45 pm »
Should I be ashamed of my K&N ?  :bugga:
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Re: What air filter?
« Reply #121 on: Saturday, 13 June 2020, 06:56 pm »
Yes  :whistling:
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Re: What air filter?
« Reply #122 on: Saturday, 13 June 2020, 07:17 pm »
Notty, no.

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Re: What air filter?
« Reply #123 on: Sunday, 14 June 2020, 12:05 am »
Irish, not allowed to mention them. Worm cans etc. You can guess what i use. 😎

Grog if I remember correctly you got one after my recommendation, the K&N is the only modification on my bike. In 90,000 klm's I have only changed the oil filter and oil, plugs, tyres chain and sprockets,front discs, teas bag cleaned at 60,000, it has never had the rocker cover removed. In all this time I have never had a problem with it and never seen a F! F2 light. What am I doing wrong.

 

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