I feel bad for you.
haha. But yeah good luck.
Previous owners had dirt going right through them and you could see the dirt on the other side of the filter.. If you ever see dirt, I'd avoid it like the plague. If you ride on all street and never see dirt, then yeah I wouldn't see an issue besides other little particles going through.
Good luck and let us know how it turns out.
Don't expect a noticeable HP difference. Never see any dust. Had one for 2 yrs on my previous ride. No polar bears, penguins or nuns died.You'll need a dynamometer to measure the fraction of a HP difference... but if you ride at all on dusty gravel roads, you will definitely see the difference in the amount of crap that will get past the K&N filter and into the intake tract. I had a K&N on my '94 XR650L Dual Sport a number of years ago, and it did a piss poor job of dust filtration. Since then, all my XR's have Twin Air filters.
I have a KN filter with a dynajet. No problems here. Have left over 'recharge' from other filters.
Polar bear killers.I got mine used for about $25, so I am not complaining. Ive never had any issues with K&N filters or products when used as directed and properly maintained.
Hey, no one is stopping you from pissing away your $60... if it makes you feel good spending money on an inferior product, go for it.Polar bear killers.
How dare you.
A little $60 air filter, and people get upset over it. But but but what HP increase do you expect off that, huh, HUH?!?
Er none mate, it's a little $60 air filter.
Unlucky. I would suggest selling it.Arrives early next week.
Will report back on real World difference.