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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-15-2003, 11:17 AM
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Uni or Twin-Air

Which Air filter is superior? or are they pretty similar. [img]images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
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Re: Uni or Twin-Air

Flow comparisons proved that uni flows better. But did you fix that bogus air box on your machine yet with a pro flow [img]images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img] If not get the twin air system.
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Thats what I am trying to fix, Pro Design offers a billet adaptor plate with Uni Filter for $89.99, and Twin-Air offers one for $99.99, both available on Rocky Mountain ATV.
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I'd get the sturdier billet pro design, have them both on my banshee and warrior. Run uni filters in my cr,dr,350x, and warrior. Pluss it's 10 bucks less. I think the twin air mounting system is just made out of cheap plastic. Pluss if you wanna go the k/n route, they have the size readily available to fit the pro design.
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Thanks 96Warrior, I thought I had heard that Uni was better, and all, and that the pro design adaptor was better, but my local dealer "Yamaha of Troy", which most of you have probably heard of, said to use Twin-Air, I would say because that is what they sell, so thanks for the input. [img]images/graemlins/AR15firing.gif[/img]
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As far as the filters go, the Twin Air will stop more dirt, yet still flows well. Most of the MX & off-road factory teams use the TwinAir filters for that reason.
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Well I got the Pro Design Billet Adapter with a Uni Filter. We will see how install goes, and then I will let you know. [img]images/graemlins/burnout.gif[/img]
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[img]images/graemlins/AR15firing.gif[/img]honda yamaha of troy [img]images/graemlins/puke.gif[/img] dealed with them in the past, and never again will i. ordered a pricey lonestar steering stem from them and they sent me a cheaper PRM unit at the same price! call them up and they were like oh we ran out of lonestars so we gave you this [img]images/graemlins/bs.gif[/img] not good policy in my opinion
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Re: Uni or Twin-Air

Good choice, instalation is so easy, anyone can do it. Shouldn't take you more then 30 minutes. Just grease your o rings and just put little layer of grease around the adapter to be safe. Mark where your going to drill ahead of time because it goes through that plastic like nothing. And clean the entire box out while you have it off.

98 warrior, I would have told them to stick it in there butt and got my money back. Also my bro has an 88 250r. He want's some new plastic, but oem plastic is 800 bucks. How does the new maier plastic look? Do you still have to drill the holes? I didn't like the looks of it before so I bought ufo plastic instead for my cr. (You said you got new maier plastic for x mass).



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