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New DNA High Performance filter P-H2S11-01 for the Honda CBR 250 2011
We proudly announce the official release of the P-H2S11-01 DNA air filter for the:
HONDA CBR 250 2011

This New filter features DNA®’s advanced FCd (Full Contour design).

Installation of the filter is very easy; simply follow the information that can be found in the Honda workshop manual.

The filtering efficiency is extremely high at 98-99% filtering efficiency, with 4 layers of DNA® Cotton.

The flow of this New DNA Fcd filter is high, +29,50% more than the HONDA stock paper filter!
DNA Fcd air filter flow: 140,10 CFM (Cubic feet per minute) @1,5”H2O corrected @ 25degrees Celsius
Honda stock paper filter: 108,80 CFM (Cubic feet per minute) @1,5”H2O corrected @ 25degrees Celsius

This DNA® filter is designed as a High flow filter for road use and off road use.





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Nice find! Just sent email to distributor to see if they can get it.
 

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lets see here (computing in head) behind door #1.....The standard filter which costs a little over $7.00
or behind door #2....This BETTER filter that will give you some kind of HP boost MAYBE? 1/2 HP? 3/4 Hp? and is $77.00 + shipping

Guess which door I choose?
 

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i just checked mine yesterday,looked brand new with NO sign of use at all.
totaly clean.4500 miles
it will be a long long time before i will probably need a replacement.
as i was checking out the original pleated honda filter,i though it was a very high quality membrane compared to most types like this one.
i do run a K&N on my ranger but really dont see the need on my cbr unless it's giving me even more return on my already outstanding mpg.
 

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As with K&N I presume it's for life.

My other k&n filter was printed with a million mile guarantee I think.
 

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curious about ecu relationship here, esp as installed
a lv one evoII carbon slip-on which lv state is 'tuned'
to suit our bike thus does not require remapping
or ecu reset.. [bike runs great with neither]

would opening the airbox or strategically drilling it
for [some] increased airflow interfere with ecu
monitoring to suit its typical lean running [?]
if so would ecu reset then be necessary
[or would ecu simply monitor/adapt] ?

[last honda cb750 had k&n pods + 4/1 exhaust
combo which worked very well - no ecu of course]
 
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