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Clean up your act and keep your motorcycle running smooth with quality street bike air filters.
I just recently bought the skull air cleaner for my 2002 Roadstar. Two words: SMOKIN' HOT!! Just need a little mechanical ability and your bike will really stand out. It was also cheaper through Jake Wilson than the local dealer. Thanks Jake. I'll be back for more.Read All Reviews
Pros,Ordreing from R/M was the best, fast shipping,the product was right,very easy site to use.I didnt not have to jet my bike it was already done so install was almost a snap........Ok cons,Check your parts list FIRST, before starting I was missing 2 of the 3, 1/4-20 Nylock nuts.And I also replaced the 3, 1/4"-20 socket head cap screws with 1/4-20" button head screws,the socketheads hold the inner rubber flang up, where the button tops leave it flat it looks right this way. Try to have sum help an extra set of hands are very helpful and a little dish soap for the rubber boot and airlines save time also. MAKE SURE to double check which airline from the crank to cut the pic in the instructions is a little decieving. Make sure to cut the vacume line not the large one to the carb.I do love the product and I am very happy with it.Read All Reviews
MATT in UT
I have installed this kit on two bikes! Both of them were V-Star 650's. I really like how they come with the proper jet kit and instructions! Install takes a bit if you haven't ever installed one before but all in all a great product! Comes with everything needed so you don't have to buy seperate jet kit or filter. Looks Classy and performs well! Would recommend to others!Read All Reviews
Jeff in AR
<span class="first">Additional Comments On Oct 15, 2012:</span>Added this to a stock 88 with straight pipes, This bike had not been re-jetted for the pipes, but a local mechanic suggested I remove the mixture screw plug and adjust the air/fuel. With the iridium plugs added and the mixture adjusted this air intake made a huge difference in the power of the bike. Worth the money, as this is about fifty dollars less than the K and N. My only complaint is the instructions do not include any information of treating and care of the filter after use, but I will maintain it the same as a K and N. BTW the new gasket for the back plate is sealed in the packaging with the filter! http://www.harley-performance.com/harley-davidson-carburetor.html PS if you are very careful u do not have to fully remove to carb to remove the mixture screw plug, and also seal this plug after you adjust it to where you like it, hi temp silicone works well.Read All Reviews