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BMC for 910??

Anyone fitted a BMC air filter to a 910 yet? I may want to do a dyno experiment. (donation for the cause?)

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Is FBF out of stock?

http://www.ferracci.com/store/cart.p...t_detail&p=289

I'm happy with my BMC.

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I have other connections, just wanted someone to chime in with experience.

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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-06-2006, 12:12 PM
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i enquired about fitting one of these at my dealers,they said that they have fitted it to previous bikes and had no advantage,so i didnt go ahead.
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Slight change in inducation sound, and the BMC filter works well with a cat bypass pipe/full system, maybe a gain of 0.5-1 bhp. Remember once you have a BMC filter its reusable for life.
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Slight change in inducation sound, and the BMC filter works well with a cat bypass pipe/full system, maybe a gain of 0.5-1 bhp. Remember once you have a BMC filter its reusable for life.
I've heard that the original one is also washable...is it right?
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I've heard that the original one is also washable...is it right?

Not as far as we know. Its a normal paper filter.
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My F4 arrived with a foam MV branded twin air that is reusable. That being said there is most definitely a difference as my CO changed from about 4% at the time to 7.2% if I remember correctly. Granted that was a twinair due to be washed to a brand new BMC but that difference is large.

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