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post #11 of 43 (permalink) Old 04-22-2019, 02:46 AM Thread Starter
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Order number is MC-60-12 - just make sure you don't the one with "R" at the order #. This is for race only.

You need to take the tank off and disassemble the airbox, it is just a few screws.

I did not put my bike on the dyno yet so I cannot tell about gains.

Just watch the video on top of this thread with subtitles on (english) and you will know what their gains were

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Order number is MC-60-12 - just make sure you don't the one with "R" at the order #. This is for race only.

You need to take the tank off and disassemble the airbox, it is just a few screws.

I did not put my bike on the dyno yet so I cannot tell about gains.

Just watch the video on top of this thread with subtitles on (english) and you will know what their gains were
thanks for letting me know!

How long did it take to fit? And how often do you need to service the filter?

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I do not know how is the tank assembly of a Rivale, sorry.


On my Brutale it took me less than an hour. The only tricky thing is the tank hose fitting.


MWR recommends cleaning the filter once a year. But you have access to it from outside, just get the radiator fairings off. No need to remove the tank for cleaning.

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I do not know how is the tank assembly of a Rivale, sorry.


On my Brutale it took me less than an hour. The only tricky thing is the tank hose fitting.


MWR recommends cleaning the filter once a year. But you have access to it from outside, just get the radiator fairings off. No need to remove the tank for cleaning.
ok great, I was concerned you'd have to remove the tank each time.

Btw, on the mwr site it also mentions a mc-065-12 'power up' kit:

https://www.racingairfilters.eu/data...0-%20kopie.JPG

I presume you didn't buy this part? It apparently opens up the surface area of the airbox inlet, flowing more air I presume. For an extra £50 I think it's probably worth getting for optimum gains.

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Don't worry - all is included in the kit


But MWR now got new toys





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Curious what that somewhat oddly shaped (air runner?) velocity stack actually does to the MV triple performance in use.

Forward/Reparto Corse reportedly uses three of the longer OEM stacks inside the MV F3 WSS airbox.

Rule of thumb is shorter stacks are supposed to move the peak power upward, and longer stacks to move the peak lower in the rev range but the actual lengths generally require calculation to determine what length should be used and then testing & tuning to verify if the best compromise is reached.

Is the dyno chart from your triple?

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Having spoken with a well known MV F3 tuner in the UK, Iíve decided, on their recommendation, to go with the mwr mc-061-12HE https://www.racingairfilters.eu/data...0-%20kopie.JPG.

According to them this filter, along with the spring kit, larger intake openings and a longer middle velocity stack gives the best performance - better than the dual filter kit. Itís more expensive as a whole, but worth doing apparently. Should work well in conjunction with the remap.

Their F3 is running 147BHP with this setup; obviously Iím not expecting this with the lower power Stradale engine, but will hopefully still get some good gains!

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Is the dyno chart from your triple?

No, it is from MWR's facebook site, it is not yet on their homepage.


https://www.facebook.com/mwrairfilters/

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Having spoken with a well known MV F3 tuner in the UK, Iíve decided, on their recommendation, to go with the mwr mc-061-12HE https://www.racingairfilters.eu/data...0-%20kopie.JPG.

According to them this filter, along with the spring kit, larger intake openings and a longer middle velocity stack gives the best performance - better than the dual filter kit. Itís more expensive as a whole, but worth doing apparently. Should work well in conjunction with the remap.

Their F3 is running 147BHP with this setup; obviously Iím not expecting this with the lower power Stradale engine, but will hopefully still get some good gains!
This is the setup I have on my F3. It seems to do the job well enough.


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This is the setup I have on my F3. It seems to do the job well enough.

Nice The WSB filter was mentioned as being massively overkill for a road bike, but damn it looks good!

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