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gasgasquebec 10-23-2011 03:41 PM

TwinAIR dust filter cover
I bought the KTM model and it fit perfect. I realy like this product. I recommend it. Sand just fall down in the bottom of the airbox. Filters are way easy and fast to clean. Please share your experience if you use it or if you stopped to use it.


Bailey28 10-23-2011 06:32 PM

That big orange pre-filter looks like a pumpkin.. Wait! It IS Halloween! Better find something other than a KTM cover, if you keep using it, your bike will not corner, be harsh, tall, uncomfotable, expensive, and just like everyone else. :D

Just kidding... I would try one if I could find one. Especially in some of the dusty areas we have here with the sugar sand.

skid jackson 10-23-2011 09:16 PM

do you coat it with anything or just put in dry?
I've run the pc filter skins in my husky on really dusty days/races

gasgasquebec 10-23-2011 09:44 PM

Bailey28:That big orange pre-filter looks like a pumpkin

---Funny! +1

I install it dry. I oil my filter as usual under. Don't remember if I read the instructions:confused: Sometimes, I look the filter under the dust cover after a few rides or races and this is immaculate. Nice to have item.

mcnut 10-24-2011 01:42 PM

I think it looks like a swim cap used by old women to protect their 'do's when doing aqua-robics at the Y.

Keg 10-24-2011 04:29 PM

I use these type of twin Air Pre Filters without oil on them - great for sand riding and multi day rides.

The best thing is with an 07-11 EC you can just peel it back and leave it in the box the second day without getting dirty hands.

CACTUSREID 10-24-2011 11:20 PM

those ktm "bathcaps" work really well. don't knock it just cause it's orange.

lonetree 10-25-2011 01:58 AM

I just use a "chuxs" a disposable kitchen cloth. theyre dirt cheap and a nice thin weave of "fabric" sorta stuff. just a quick spray with some wd40 and stuff it in the air box over the filter, great for dusty conditions...

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