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hiya, can anyone help? was considering replacing standard air filter with k&n , what difference would this make and what would be the best way to fit ? was reading a post about someone who had the ram air ducts disconnected and couldnt get the bike to run well, would i still be able to attach these , or would i have to use a different method ? suggestions would be gratefully recieved .
 

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If you are wanting to just replace your air filter...

I got mine at the local auto parts store.
You will need to find one that sells K&N filters and ask them to order one for your year and model bike.
Mine cost me $62.00.

Its not a problem here, I dont know about there across the pond.
 

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is there many types of filters? Race or standard or street use??
 

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So are you talking about removing your airbox? or just running a K&N to fin in your stock air box?
not sure which is the best route to take , have heard that running one to fit in stock air box is probably the best option ??????
 

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Is the 636 A1P bike fuel injected?

If it is then yes a K&N filter will make a difference, if it still uses carbs then you will have to do some carb re-jetting and an aftermarket exhaust system to get the best from the K&N.

I had a ZX9R C1 model with Carbs on and the K&N fed through too much air after 8000rpm which dropped off the power.

After fitting the K&N get a Dyno run carried out to see if the engine is happy higher up in the rev range.
 

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hi there,i`d use a bmc fiter before a k & n,k&n don`t have a high air flow so you`l gain little,bmc is a better product by far
 
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