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Brock compares the Sprint Filter P08 F1-85 and P16 against a modified OEM filter in a 2012 ZX-14R. He also removes the OEM air filter completely to demonstrate the incredible airflow and air straightening capabilities of the Sprint Filter materials. All measurements are with the same tune and performed within a window of fewer than 5 minutes total.

Watch Now: https://youtu.be/Q7AgedVPhNQ

Click on the links below for ordering information and full-size dyno charts.

- Sprint Filter P08 F1-85

- Sprint Filter P16
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HELP! / Re: Bike shut off and won't start help!
« Last post by Oz Booster on June 14, 2018, 02:55:30 PM »
" all of the sudden it started trying to quit and the oil light came on so I quickly shut it off"

That doesnt sound good, try removing the crank end access cover and turning with a socket and bar, if it doesnt turn forward reasonably easy you may need to pull it down 
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HELP! / Re: Bike shut off and won't start help!
« Last post by turbojonn on June 13, 2018, 08:30:32 PM »
Does the ignition power up? Lile 2001 says, kickstand switch. Also could be the tip over switch or ignition. It it powers up you can pull codes. Check the search function for code checking. You can do it with a paper clip (literally) and briding 2 leads.
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MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE / Re: Ralph Hudson - 261 mph in the mile!!!
« Last post by Oz Booster on June 13, 2018, 04:10:30 PM »
Yes Ronnie, ours and Bonneville are like consolidated sand , in comparison to concrete in Bolivia,
The grader blades cut the top off the crystals to leave a coarse nearly jagged surface ,
 where at Gairdiner 5% wheelslip is pretty normal and Bonneville i think closer to  8% , if you consistantly had much more than 2-3 % in Bolivia it will shred the tires
and no salt dust , yet the water is only a couple of inches below the surface and if it were less salty would be frozen
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BIKE TALK / Re: R.I.P. RiceYa
« Last post by HOS on June 13, 2018, 01:59:41 PM »

Sorry to hear of him passing away. I spoke to him a few times on a here.
RIP John Day aka rice ya. Ride free.
My condolences to his family and friends.
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BIKE TALK / 1960's scrambling.
« Last post by HOS on June 13, 2018, 01:54:59 PM »
Nothing at all to do with Hayabusa's.
But I've just found this video and it's priceless!
You must watch this TV documentary about scrambling.
In the BBC style of the era and with so many little gems to observe.

https://youtu.be/bY2jvzAWR2k

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MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE / Re: Ralph Hudson - 261 mph in the mile!!!
« Last post by FlaminRoo on June 13, 2018, 05:05:06 AM »
I think it is harder than Bonneville ever was, and Gardiner too ,  huge crystals and slow forming due to the conditions and i expect the content is different too

Greg, would it be right to assume that due to the consistent cool (read cold) conditions at that altitude, the salt is uummmm :? not as soft(grain'ie) across the surface as a much warmer Bonneville or Gairdner is ??
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MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE / Re: Ralph Hudson - 261 mph in the mile!!!
« Last post by Oz Booster on June 13, 2018, 02:49:45 AM »
I think it is harder than Bonneville ever was, and Gardiner too ,  huge crystals and slow forming due to the conditions and i expect the content is different too
 
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HELP! / Re: Bike shut off and won't start help!
« Last post by busa2001 on June 12, 2018, 09:52:22 PM »
Oil light will stay on until the bike starts, i know you said you were riding when all this start, but make sure your battery is fully charged..check your kickstand switch, make sure bikes in neutral.
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MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE / Re: Ralph Hudson - 261 mph in the mile!!!
« Last post by Stainless1 on June 12, 2018, 09:08:59 PM »
Nick said he thought the salt was harder and provided better traction than Bonneville... I'm headed there in July... I expect to see white hard salt like we had at Bonneville years ago before the strip mining took it's toll.
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