UNI Two Stage Pod Filter

$19.99 - $21.99
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UNI Two Stage Pod Filter
UNI Two Stage Pod Filter
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  • Uni universal air filters are where it all started over 30 years.
  • For use on motorcycles, go-karts, tractors, air compressors, snowmobiles, or anything with a carburetor can benefit from a Uni.
  • Dual-layer "POD" style filter.
  • Straight.
  • Black inner, red outer.
  • Urethane flange.
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Location: Caribou, ME, USA
bones
Uni air filter

good but not as good as a k&n air filter

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Location: Clinton, MS, USA
MattyG
KLX110 pit bike filter

Filter fit great, and is a breeze to install. Just oil it up and go; it's that easy!

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Location: Kalihi - Palama, Honolulu, HI, USA
kalihihomer
UNI Two Stage Pod Filter

good replacement filter. can be difficult to install oily. dont get filter oil inside filter lip or the filter will slip off when you tighten it. this is my second filter. the first one lasted only a year.

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papito4x4

Easy to install and easy to clean

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acovelli Location: ill
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Killerktm2004 13 days ago
Is the length dimension overall including the flange that goes over the carb or just the paper filter measurement?
MotoSport Staff Expert
12 days ago
MotoSportExpert
The length dimension would be the foam part of the filter (not including the flange).
shee 2 months 19 days ago
What size do I need for stock 05 banshee carbs??
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 months 18 days ago
MotoSportExpert
You will need to measure the outer diameter of the inlet side of the carburetor where the airboot attached and order the corresponding filter to that measurement. The first number measurement shown for sizing will be the inner diameter of the filter where it will mount to the carb.The second measurement will be the overall length of the filter.
acovelli 2 months 27 days ago Location: ill
I measured 1 5/8...so what size would i need?
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 months 26 days ago
MotoSportExpert
Either the 1-3/4" or 2" should both clamp down on the carb and work great. You will now just need to determine the length and if you want a straight or angled filter (depending on shock, carb and frame location and room for fitting the filter)
Hg043 3 months 24 days ago Location: Michigan, USA
What does the x4 and x6 mean after the measuremeant, My 2005 drz 110 would be best for which one, i measured the diameter and it was 1 1/2 inches?
Just trying to fix my pitbike
Expert MotoSport Staff
3 months 23 days ago
MotoSportExpert
That would be the length of the filter. (diameter x length)
sage Over 6 months ago Location: aus
Will this fit a WR 1992 YAMAHA? stock carby. And what size?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 6 months ago
MotoSportExpert
These are designed to mount directly to the carburetor where the air boot originally would have hooked up. You will need to measure the outer diameter of the inlet side of the carburetor where the airboot attached and order the corresponding filter to that measurement. The first number measurement shown for sizing will be the inner diameter of the filter where it will mount to the carb.The second measurement will be the overall length of the filter.
deralick 1 year 5 months ago
Not sure what size to order?
I want to order this filter but dont know the size i need. 96 sportsman 500
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 5 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportRyanT
Unfortunately we do not have the specifications for the outer diameter of the carburetor intake flange for the 1996 Polaris Sportsman 500. You will need to be able to measure it to know which size filter is correct for this application.
4 months 25 days ago Location: Clinton, MS, USA
MattyG
You will need to take a measurement of the diameter on the intake side of the carburetor. Measure outside edge to outside edge straight across
Drey 1 year 10 months ago
Which size will fit my 1992 Honda trx250x sport quad?
I don't have the quad with me at the moment so I can't measure the carb
MotoSport Staff
1 year 9 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
Unfortunately we do not have the specifications for the outer diameter of the carburetor intake flange for the 1992 Trx250x. You will need to be able to measure it to know which size filter is correct for this application.
99cr250 2 years 2 months ago Location: Clinton, MT 59825, USA
What do the size opptions mean?
I was wondering what the numbers on the size options mean? if the first number was the size of the hole or the diameter I want to run one off the carburetor where the air box hooks up to is this possible
MotoSport Staff
2 years 2 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
These are designed to mount directly to the carburetor where the air boot originally would have hooked up. You will need to measure the outer diameter of the inlet side of the carburetor where the airboot attached and order the corresponding filter to that measurement. The first number measurement shown for sizing will be the inner diameter of the filter where it will mount to the carb.The second measurement will be the overall length of the filter.
4 months 25 days ago Location: Clinton, MS, USA
MattyG
The numbers is the diameter of the carb, measuring from the outer edge of each side straight across
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