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Twin Air Air Filter

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Product Description

The Twin Air Air Filter's design, high-quality materials and superior construction deliver unbeatable performance and protection - and make Twin Air Filters the hands-down choice of more World and National Champions than all other filters combined.

  • Twin Air filters are designed to increase airflow while ensuring the highest level of protection from dirt / dust.
  • Coarse open-pore foam catches airborne dirt, grime and sand.
  • Fine open-pore inner foam acts as a second filter to trap the smallest particles while ensuring maximum air passage.
  • Exclusively formulated adhesive ensures glue seams will not break down.
  • Thick, flat foam, greaseless sealing ring ensures maximum contact with your airbox, while acting as a breathable gasket for increased air passage.
  • Fused outer and inner elements prevent dirt and grime from being lodged between layers, unlike Twin Air, this can be a problem with inferior two-piece designs. Trapped particles can restrict airflow. And, if dirt works it's way into your engine, a pinhead-sized granule will gouge your cylinder, piston and rings like a bullet.
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TheSandman717 Location: FWB Florida
JMO140 Location: Madison, MS, USA
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Location: Wildomar, CA, USA
Thanks again!

Thank you again for the awesome service and products!

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Location: FWB Florida
CR 125 R Replacement filter

Very nice fit!

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Top 500 Contributor
Location: Madison, MS, USA
Great product

great company

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Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Twin air always the best!

always used twin air filters, there the best by far!

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Verified Purchaser
Location: Nashville, TN, USA
Of course it's Great Its Twin Air

There's a reason Twin Air is the number one name. They are a little pricy, but substantially better than the competition. Buy it now!

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Verified Purchaser
Location: Albquerque
Great product shouldn't of waited so long

Awesome product fits better then the stock air filter did. More durable then stock should last a lot longer too.

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Location: Oklahoma
Great filters.......

I only use these filters on my CR 250 a 2006 and a 2002 year models. They are durable, provide great protection against dirt and sand. Easy to clean and reuse for the year. Have 2 filters per bike per year and never any concern with product failure.

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Location: Edgewood, NM 87015, USA
The Best Air Filter

These filters fit as good or better than stock, and provide excellent performance.

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Location: Northford, CT 06472, USA
Twin air filter

its a good filter will do everything you need it to do. just invest in some really good filter oil that is the key with filters. I run FFT. and clean after 2-4 hours of ridding depending on skill level and ridding conditions.

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Top 1000 Contributor
Location: Miami
Good product without similar

I use this product for all of my bikes, then no worry because they are great !

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LAB77 Over 7 months ago
What is the Twin Air part number?
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Unfortunately without knowing what bike this is for I cannot provide a part #. If you give us a call with your model information we can let you know what part number the filter is for your specific bike.
yamil Over 10 months ago Location: Canterbury, CT, USA
Do you always have to oil up the air filter and if so what kind of oil or lube?
MotoSport Staff
Over 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes, the foam filters do require you to oil the filter. Depending on riding conditions, the filter should be checked after each ride and cleaned accordingly. A dirty air filter will make your bike run poorly and if it gets too dirty, it can let contaminants into the engine which will severely reduce engine life. I prefer PJ1 foam filter oil and cleaner. Twin air also has their oil and cleaner which is good, and so does No-Toil.
Top 500 Contributor
Over 8 months ago
ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS!! You absolutely must use air filter oil, and some waterproof grease on the rim for a good seal. Any tiny amount of dirt or sand that gets past the filter will mess up your engine! Check the filter after every ride, and if it's not clean or if it's black or anywhere close to black, clean it with air filter cleaner and some warm water with soap, and then more water.
JohnCF Over 3 years ago
Washing? after i have it all washed can i throw it on a shoe rack in my dryer to dry, or will i damage the filter?
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
You should either let the filter air dry, or blow it dry with compressed air.
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Over 11 months ago Location: Crowley, LA, USA
If you put it in a dryer you will damage the filter. This and most filters like this need to be air dried after they are washed. If you try to dry it with an air dryer or anything other than just leaving it in the sun it will damage the filter.
Top 500 Contributor
Over 8 months ago
do not put it in the dryer, but you can put a nail in your wall and hang it on that to dry
Booty Over 3 years ago Location: The "Wood"
Will this fit 2005 yamaha wr450?
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
yes this will fit. Use the drop down menu to the right of the product. If you can profile your bike, then the product will fit.
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Over 11 months ago Location: Crowley, LA, USA
Twin air makes filters for most bikes you just have to order the one for your specific bike.
Top 500 Contributor
Over 8 months ago
if you buy the one specific to your bike
crfman450 Over 4 years ago Location: turin New York
I just bought a twin air filter for my 2008 crf450. I was just wondering if you are suppose to discard the oem filter cage?
Top 100 Contributor
Over 4 years ago Location: louisville, ky
No this uses the Oem cage.
Over 4 years ago
no, but cut the screen on the cage out, they are made of bacckfire resistant foam
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Over 11 months ago Location: Tuscaloosa, AL
NO! Used your OEM cage with the new Twin Air Filter.
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Over 11 months ago Location: Crowley, LA, USA
You don't have to throw the cage away. You can throw it away but it is actually a backfire screen and personally i take the screen out when I ride in the woods when I ride the tracks. I leave it in for the woods because it is dustier and the screen is like an extra filter, but take it out for the track because I like to get every ounce of horsepower.
Garrett Over 4 years ago Location: Gilbert, Arizona
Is this the same as the factory pre oiled filter?
On this website is this the same filter but it is already pre oiled? http://dominus.rideshop.com/ViewProduct/FactoryPreOiledHondaCRF250R04-09CRF250X04-10CRF450RX03-08/4466.aspx
Top 25 Contributor
Over 4 years ago Location: chicago, il
Yes. Just more expensive for the pre-applied oil
Over 3 years ago Location: Covington,Va
I've purchased 4 twin airs for 4 different bikes and they've all matched up great, the filter its self is better than oem but you have to oil it yourself
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Over 11 months ago Location: Crowley, LA, USA
It is oiled and cleaned in the same way as the stock filter, but it more of a performace product and does not come pre-oiled, so you have to have oil to put on it before you put it on the bike.
JB450 Over 4 years ago
Cage?
does this fit a OEM cage?
Over 4 years ago
yes i got one for my kx 250 and it fits the stock cage
Over 3 years ago Location: New Jersey
yes
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Over 11 months ago Location: Crowley, LA, USA
Yes it does.
ytujyt Over 4 years ago
Can you put a twin air filter in a bike that does not have duel exaust?
Top 250 Contributor
Over 4 years ago Location: Burton, Texas
yes, i have three yz250f (not dual exhaust) that i run those in.
Over 3 years ago Location: Covington,Va
Yes most deffinately, if they say it fits it fits , the twin air boys don't play when it comes to oem specs and sizing
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Over 11 months ago Location: Crowley, LA, USA
Yes you can. Twin Air is a name brand not a dual filter. They make filters for most off-road bikes.
zgnite Over 4 years ago
Will the twin air filter give my 400ex more hp than a k&n filter?
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
Hard to say since I dont have any specs from the dyno for either of these products. Both will be about the same gain as far as HP goes.
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1 year 1 month ago Location: Columbia, SC, USA
Most aftermarket filters have very close to the same amount of air flow capacity. Therefor, Any difference in power will be minimal. More airflow can be achieved with the addition of an aftermarket intake boot and on some models, a cage-less intake system.
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Over 11 months ago Location: Crowley, LA, USA
Pretty much the same, you will most likely not be able to tell the difference.
paul1201 Over 4 years ago
Do i need a aftermarket filter bolt because on my o9 crf 250r the stock bolt seems too short?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR
You should not have to use any other filter bolt than the stock OEM. The thickness of this filter might be a little fatter than stock, so you might have to work at it to get the filter bolt started. Once you've taken the filter on and off a few times it will get easier.
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1 year 1 month ago Location: Columbia, SC, USA
The stock bolt should be sufficient. Make sure the filter cage sits on the mounting bracket correctly, otherwise the bolt will not fit, nor will you have a proper seal.
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Over 11 months ago Location: Crowley, LA, USA
The stock bolt fits you just may not have it installed it correctly.
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