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I am thinking about getting a twin air stock replacement filter, does anybody know if they flow better than stock and have any power gain? I can not use the k&n slip on filter since I even get my stock filter wet where I ride! Would the k&n replacement filter give much (or any) power gain? I think the twin air would be a better filter than the k&n but maybe more restrictive?
 

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yes you can feel a difference w/ the K&N - it's not going to make a severe difference but you should feel a difference in the seat of your pants. i believe k&n will flow better then twin air but not positive.
 

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I was thinking the twin air would stop more dirt, I have heard people say that they (first hand expierience) noticed a little dust getting by thier k&n's in sandy conditions. I had a k&n on my sportsman and I too noticed a barely noticeable dust film on my intake downstream of the filter.

Anyway, I dont like k&n for dusty/ sandy conditions so what makes twin air filters not good for these conditions?
 
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