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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 05-27-2007, 09:54 AM Thread Starter
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High Flow Air Filter

How many of you have added one?
I just recently added an F1 MV Slip on, a Racing ECU and removed the Cat.
Do I need a HF Air Filter? If so which brand would you recommend?
After adding the HF Filter do I need to recalibrate the CO%?

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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 05-27-2007, 09:56 AM
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by sleep on, im sure you mean slip on, and you dont have to, but most people go with bmc air filters, and i doubt it will make alot of difference, because the mv air filter is a foam filter that is oiled like the bmc, and it already is high flow, but if u feel like spending some money, why not get a bmc
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I fitted a BMC recently but it was part of a package of measures I made all at the same time, PCIII and Ti slip ons. I had the air/fuel adjusted to suit all the above but I don't know if just changing the filter itself would require any setting adjustments. John T (airfuel) would know.


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by sleep on, im sure you mean slip on, and you dont have to, but most people go with bmc air filters, and i doubt it will make alot of difference, because the mv air filter is a foam filter that is oiled like the bmc, and it already is high flow, but if u feel like spending some money, why not get a bmc

I just edited the wrong spelling (I appreciate it really!).
Regarding the recommendation, thanks !! I did not know that our bikes had that filter, so I better spend that money in something better.

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... F1 MV Slip on ...
What is an F1 slip-on?

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you mean f4 slip on?
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What is an F1 slip-on?
The F1 is the MV Agusta Ti Slip on exhaust.
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now thats nice!!!! i wonder how it sounds compared to the rg3, about the same u think? just different material and looks?
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now thats nice!!!! i wonder how it sounds compared to the rg3, about the same u think? just different material and looks?

I used to have the standard RG-3 on and I would say that sound wise they sound the same.
One big difference though is the Recing ECU. I feel a better response, though a trade of is that it does not run that smooth at iddle but it certainly feels a lot better when accelerating!.

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how much did the f1 set you back?
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