BMC Air Filter - Race

BMC Air Filter - Race
BMC Air Filter - Race

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Rowdy
Hot Springs, AR, USA
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Better suited for track use as it states

This filter allows for massive airflow but can let a great amount of particulates into your engine during normal street use. Great in a track bike, asking for long term issues on daily drivers.

CrankSpleenless Top 1000 Contributor
Charlotte, NC
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
2006 GSX-R1000

Put this in my race bike. Along with a Holeshot Performance exhaust and PowerCommander, I saw a beautiful jump in HP and much more smooth. Haven't done anything to the filter other than cleaning it since I bought it in 2007. Still works great.

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martin
Location: Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines
Q: Hi, Just want to confirm if you have a bmc air filter for a 2016 kawasaki zx10r abs?
Over 7 months ago
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 months ago
A: BMC does not yet offer a filter to fit the 2016 Kawasaki ZX10R at this time.
thedeviousone22
Q: Bmc air filter - Race For an 03 kawi ninja 636 can the race filter be used for everyday use if properly maintained?
1 year 4 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 3 months ago
A: STANDARD filter: All BMC motor bike filters replace the original air filter (usually paper); that is they fit the series filter shape exactly and are installed in the air box with no need for any modification; but their characteristic and substantial difference is that the “filtering package� is different to the stock one, better performing. This means it lets more air through; the simple, effective process is that by letting more air through combustion improves, so engine power does too. RACE filter: The difference between standard and race lies in the “filtering package�, making the air passage to engine concept even more extreme: the RACE filter has an even greater air breathing capacity compared to the standard one and its installation is only, exclusively advised for motorbikes used on a race track as carburetion or injection could be weak (for carburetion the air quantity present in the mixture is greater than the quantity considered necessary, while for injection, despite the modern gearcase capacity to adapt itself within certain ranges, at times the excessive air increase is not handled correctly by the gearcase itself).To avoid problems of this kind and recover the right stoichiometric air/petrol relations, you need to increase petrol capacity. To do this, you normally use a gearcase, remapped or replacing the original. Otherwise for carburetion motor bikes you can have additional carburetion kits. RACE filters have the words “RACE� on their recognition code (e.g. FM 482/08 RACE) and a yellow line inside the filtering package making them easily recognisable. Also, feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
thedeviousone22
Location: Boston, MA, USA
Q: Difference between bmc race filter and bmc regular air filter?
1 year 5 months ago
Why is the race filter recommended for track use only? Does the race filter the same as the regular one? If it is a 25 percent increase in air flow than the regular ones it would be a no brainer to spend the extra money for the race filter? Will having the race filter on my 03 kawi 636 for street and daily use hurt the bike in anyway? Which of the filters would I have best performance.....
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 5 months ago
A: STANDARD filter: All BMC motor bike filters replace the original air filter (usually paper); that is they fit the series filter shape exactly and are installed in the air box with no need for any modification; but their characteristic and substantial difference is that the “filtering package” is different to the stock one, better performing. This means it lets more air through; the simple, effective process is that by letting more air through combustion improves, so engine power does too.
RACE filter: The difference between standard and race lies in the “filtering package”, making the air passage to engine concept even more extreme: the RACE filter has an even greater air breathing capacity compared to the standard one and its installation is only, exclusively advised for motorbikes used on a race track as carburetion or injection could be weak (for carburetion the air quantity present in the mixture is greater than the quantity considered necessary, while for injection, despite the modern gearcase capacity to adapt itself within certain ranges, at times the excessive air increase is not handled correctly by the gearcase itself).To avoid problems of this kind and recover the right stoichiometric air/petrol relations, you need to increase petrol capacity. To do this, you normally use a gearcase, remapped or replacing the original. Otherwise for carburetion motor bikes you can have additional carburetion kits.
RACE filters have the words “RACE” on their recognition code (e.g. FM 482/08 RACE) and a yellow line inside the filtering package making them easily recognisable.

Also, feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
Crankspleenless
Over 7 months ago
A: Running this filter won't hurt your 636, but it won't increase performance either unless related modifications are performed. The main thing you will want is a proper tune. Since the air filter will allow more air, it could cause a decrease in performance as their may not be enough fuel to mix with the increased air flow. A run on a dynomometer can show where the fuel map for your bike would need to be altered in order to achieve maximum performance.
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