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hi all, i am currently running a k@n filter in my 07 wr an im not too happy with it!! what i want to know is what you recon is the best filter out there for riding in gravel loose soil types, along the beach an in desert type surroundings??

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You are going to get a hundred different answers. I run uni but if you dont like k&n I would go back to stock

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the k@n does not sit well inside the air box and it doesn't make a good seal against it!! to get it in or out the airbox is a mission alone!!!!!!

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i heard funnel web filters are really good, im ordering one soon http://www.funnelwebfilter.com.au/

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i run this filter on my 505 and love it also, twice the surface area of a stock twin air, rubber seal that fits really well on the air intake. the ktm racing team over here run the on the finke desert race and other long challenging races, i think it was 30 odd bucks posted to my door:thumbsup:

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Two part filters are the best... and the fact that the two pieces of the UNI filters aren't glued together, IMO, makes the cleaning process a tad bit easier and more likely to get all the dirt out .

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Any major brand foam filter will be fine. I have found that PC racing filter skins work great as a supplement. If you put one of them on over the filter each time you ride, you can greatly extend your filter cleaning intervals. Filter skins will keep you filter looking just-cleaned on even very dusty days, although you might need to swap the skin out. They will clog if you try to run a 2-3 hour HS, but for just trail riding, they are awesome.

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No toil oil ate my uni filter in two cleanings, the twin air lasted over a year, and so far the no toil filters have been going strong. That being said id recommend twin air or the no toil filters

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