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High-Performance aFe Air Filters at a Reasonable Price! Holiday Sale! Get 10% Off!



The aFe company the name of which stands for advanced Flow engineering is one of the most well-known and established companies in the U.S. producing highly-efficient air intake systems and air filters for a wide range of motorcycles. Since 1999, aFe has been designing, manufacturing, and testing its products in state-of-the-art facilities in Corona, California. Thanks to the use of breakthrough technologies, high-quality aFe air intakes have outstanding filtration properties allowing for better airflow of cool, clean air to your engine unlocking its full potential.

Cooler air is denser, which means it contains more oxygen required for efficient combustion. As a result – you get a higher engine output. All aFe filters can be easily cleaned and re-oiled to extend their service life. Until the end of this year, you can save up to 10% when purchasing a new air filter for your bike. Prices are already reduced.

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-14-2019, 04:14 PM
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ALL modern engines are finely tuned machines.
They are made to operate most efficiently with THE STOCK EQUIPMENT THAT COMES FROM THE FACTORY.

Throwing on a piece or two of equipment designed for racing engines that are designed to use that.......
is just as likely to result in worse performance instead of better.

AND.....it is against Federal law to tamper with the intake or exhaust of vehicles designed to be used on public roadways.

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Can't let this go by without a comment.

ALL modern engines are finely tuned machines.
They are made to operate most efficiently with THE STOCK EQUIPMENT THAT COMES FROM THE FACTORY.

Throwing on a piece or two of equipment designed for racing engines that are designed to use that.......
is just as likely to result in worse performance instead of better.

AND.....it is against Federal law to tamper with the intake or exhaust of vehicles designed to be used on public roadways.
It's just a filter with a finer mesh that works better and longer than the stock one. It doesn't require any modifications to the intake tract, so its use doesn't violates any Federal laws or regulations.



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It's just a filter with a finer mesh that works better and longer than the stock one. It doesn't require any modifications to the intake tract, so its use doesn't violates any Federal laws or regulations.
You can believe whatever you want but if it is not specifically approved for use with a given engine.......it absolutely does violate Federal EPA rules.
Pretty much never is enforced but that doesn't change the rules.

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