Does this look like the right size difference between stock and twin air? It does not fit in the airbox very well but the seller says that it is correct. Part #151109
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Definitely an incorrect filter.Does this look like the right size difference between stock and twin air? It does not fit in the airbox very well but the seller says that it is correct. Part #151109
I'd like to ask,----------- it should be the same size as stock as it needs to use the stock filter cage. Twin Air makes a good filter; I have one in one of my KLR's and a Uni in the other....they are identical in size to each other and the stocker.
Maybe!......j/k I can't honestly say I've noticed a huge difference but I'll check next time I clean filters. Is the opening smaller than the screened opening in the airbox? If so, you may be on to something....I'd like to ask,
Am I the Only One that is "put-off" by the Fact that most After-Market Foam KLR 650 air filters have TOO Small of oval hole around the base of the plastic frame? Why do we need an Extra 3/8th to 1/2 an inch of base plate foam?
Compare the amount of foam 'hanging-out' into the air stream, around the Inner Perimeter of the plastic frame, thus restricting air flow into the carb, compared to an OEM foam filter!
I personally insert the plastic cage/frame into the New Foam, and then using a ball point pen draw a line around the base plate foam. Then I use a razor knife to cut-out the excess foam!!!
Maybe I am just overly 'obsessive' about the small details!