Twin air filter for yz 125

I just bought a Twin Air filter for my YZ 125.  It's very nice because it's smaller than the Uni in my other YZ 125 and smaller than the stock filter as well.  It makes changing the filter easier--not KTM easy--but definitely an improvement.  

Yeah the yz airbox is not the best design.i alway's found it best to lay the bike over when removing a dirty filter so the dirt fall's into the airbox and not the airboot.another thing i used to do was poke the old lady's vacuum cleaner attatchment thingy down into the boot.then use a filterbox cover and jetwash the crap out of it.

Edited by smez

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