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Trepistoni - MWR filter that good?

Came over this video by chance.




They took a Dragster 800 RR, modified it and checked it on the dyno.


OEM was 128 hp


With a new header (I do not see a cat) and a open HP Corse exhaust they achieved 134 hp


After putting in a plate type MWR Filter from a F3 they came to 138 hp.


Last but not least they removed the rubber sealing together with the OEM filter and installed a MWR Filter with new mounts.
146,8 hp!!!!


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I think the difference does not make the filter but the by far larger intake of the airbox.


Anybody using already this air filter kit?

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The important thing to note is that they also tuned the ECU to take care of the fueling changes that occur when this much work is done to the bike.

In essence, what you have seen on this video, is a custom intake that is much more free flowing feeding air into a tuned ECU blasting power out a free flowing exhaust.

This is not simply plug-and-play.
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I know - I speak some Italian .


And I did the same to my 1090RR Brutale with modifying the airbox and installing Arrow header plus mapping it.
Had 180 hp in my old Brutale - unfortunately I lost her on the track .


But it is remarkable how much the MWR outperforms other intake systems.
I'll get it and see how it works.

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It's good to know you see that. There are those who think you can bolt on an air filter and exhaust and pick up 12-14% horsepower. Nonsense.

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I will spend my summer holidays at Lake Garda in Italy. 2 weeks of riding in the Alps .

It is not far from Grimoto in Milan - may be I will see them in person.

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What an incredible difference in flow area


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Did the first 250 km with the MWR Filters.

Engine runs as it did before, no stalling, hesitating or anything like this that could indicate lean fueling.
Cannot tell a difference in power as I installed them just after breaking in the engine.


Of course the sound of the airbox is even more aggressive - I love it .
When i get on the throttle or downshift by Blipper in front of a crowd - they will turn their heads .
Will test it in the Italian Alps both next weeks and come back to it here again.

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Did the first 250 km with the MWR Filters.

Engine runs as it did before, no stalling, hesitating or anything like this that could indicate lean fueling.
Cannot tell a difference in power as I installed them just after breaking in the engine.


Of course the sound of the airbox is even more aggressive - I love it [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/images/MVagusta_net_2016/smilies/tango_face_devil.png[/IMG].
When i get on the throttle or downshift by Blipper in front of a crowd - they will turn their heads [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/images/MVagusta_net_2016/smilies/tango_face_smile_big.png[/IMG].
Will test it in the Italian Alps both next weeks and come back to it here again.
Sorry for the late reply with this, but I'm thinking about getting the Mwr setup. Can I confirm that the kit that you bought is the mc-060-12 https://evolutionbike.it/mvagustasto...mc-060-12.html.

Second, how difficult is it to install? I'm getting my Stradale remapped in a couple of weeks and thinking about getting this beforehand.

Did you get much gain from this kit?

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