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Old Dec 8th 2017, 09:34 AM   #71
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I dont know much about welds but those look really good to me.
I used to hate waiting for things but now the wait is like fore play lol When i get something shipped i track it every hour
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All of our preorders are shipping out today and Monday. We are extremely thankful to all of those who ordered a system and have thrown in a couple of extras in your box.

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Old Dec 8th 2017, 12:56 PM   #73
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Quick question. Red-line recommended me to change my air filter and add on the RapidBike unit. I am already going for the RapidBike but is the air filter really necessary?

IF the filter is necessary, any recommendations for brands? I'm looking for something for better dust filtration I have seen Sprint P08 and K&N High air flow, just not sure which one provides the most filtration.

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Old Dec 8th 2017, 06:08 PM   #74
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Quick question. Red-line recommended me to change my air filter and add on the RapidBike unit. I am already going for the RapidBike but is the air filter really necessary?

IF the filter is necessary, any recommendations for brands? I'm looking for something for better dust filtration I have seen Sprint P08 and K&N High air flow, just not sure which one provides the most filtration.

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Absolutely and you want an MWR HE filter and better yet the adjustment kit with it. Bellissimoto has them and a breakdown of the uneven fueling issues they correct.


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Old Dec 8th 2017, 07:30 PM   #75
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Old Dec 8th 2017, 07:31 PM   #76
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Old Dec 9th 2017, 02:16 AM   #77
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Quick question. Red-line recommended me to change my air filter and add on the RapidBike unit. I am already going for the RapidBike but is the air filter really necessary?

IF the filter is necessary, any recommendations for brands? I'm looking for something for better dust filtration I have seen Sprint P08 and K&N High air flow, just not sure which one provides the most filtration.

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Personally I think the MHR filter is overrated. Sprint Filters are used much more extensively for example in World Superstock and BSB teams such as Moto Rapido and Barni Racing, both of whom have demonstrated tangible improvements. The good thing about the Sprint filter medium, is it can be cleaned with compressed air and unless exposed to particularly heavy contamination, lasts a long time. Having had an MHR filter, the Sprint filter is also much less of a faff to change as it utilizes the OEM filter housing. Incidentally Redline's system has the provision for both the OEM and wide-band O2 sensors. If you really want the best out of the set up, you will need to purchase these extra sensors and the Youtune unit/s (as well as the Rapidbike module) since these will afford you more precise control of your bike's fuelling. You don't have to of course and your bike will run just fine with the RB unit and OEM sensors BUT your optimal set-up will be compromised to some extent.
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Old Dec 9th 2017, 02:22 AM   #78
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Old Dec 9th 2017, 03:32 AM   #79
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Mine too! Stoked! Time to start pulling this bad boy apart!
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