Hi flow Air Filters

Alexandro Ramirez-Nagy /

Boi-o's what are some good High flow air filter for performance mopeds with a dellorto carb?

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Panty hose

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What bike or brand of bike ?

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I designed this nifty lil' adapter to mount a cheap and effective foam filter like a 'uni' to your SHA carb with a built in velocity stack thinger

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its on the 2nd revision, little bit of fine tuning to make it print faster, then i'll put it on thingiverse for freeeeeee(edited)

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Alexandro Ramirez-Nagy /

The bike is a tomos sprint LX and a Vespa Grande

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Graham, that’s the best thing labeled on a moped part ever!!!!

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Man Kens just not having a good day first he got pissed off and told her Kent he was going to shoot him in ot and now he can't run a metal screen filter on his Sha he is going to go postal on all of us.

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Brandon Weiss (Detective brandon to you) /

LOLOLOLOL

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> Graham Motzing Wrote:

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> I designed this nifty lil' adapter to mount a cheap and effective foam

> filter like a 'uni' to your SHA carb with a built in velocity stack

> thinger

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> its on the 2nd revision, little bit of fine tuning to make it print

> faster, then i'll put it on thingiverse for freeeeeee

Like that’s gonna make me put a filter on that’s three times larger than it need to be

That will fit tomos mid frame sha mount just great, not!

Black cap and screen filter fits Everywhere

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Brandon Weiss (Detective brandon to you) /

> Ken Roff Wrote:

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> > Graham Motzing Wrote:

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> > I designed this nifty lil' adapter to mount a cheap and effective foam

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> > filter like a 'uni' to your SHA carb with a built in velocity stack

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> > thinger

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> > its on the 2nd revision, little bit of fine tuning to make it print

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> > faster, then i'll put it on thingiverse for freeeeeee

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> Like that’s gonna make me put a filter on that’s three times larger than

> it need to be

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> That will fit tomos mid frame sha mount just great, not!

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> Black cap and screen filter fits Everywhere

What sane person wouldn't switch to the side mount intake?

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Short intake is preferred on reed torque induction

The shorter the better

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> Ken Roff Wrote:

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> Short intake is preferred on reed torque induction

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> The shorter the better

Short intake is better on a piston Port system not near as critical on a reed valve intake.

In reality Reed valve intake systems actually like to have intake manifold displacement between 85 and 150% of engine displacement CC volume in the intake runner.

And that depends on the RPM and diameter the intake as to its varying size.

Kan your spending too much time with Barbie

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With the Grande on the SHA carb get some UNI foam, red preferable but black will work in pinch, with a hose clamp set it and forget it.

https://www.treatland.tv/UNI-air-filter-foam-4x6-p/uni-red-foam-4x6.htm

https://www.treatland.tv/UNI-air-filter-foam-4x4-p/uni-foam-4x4.htm

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> Graham Motzing Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> I designed this nifty lil' adapter to mount a cheap and effective foam

> filter like a 'uni' to your SHA carb with a built in velocity stack

> thinger

>

> its on the 2nd revision, little bit of fine tuning to make it print

> faster, then i'll put it on thingiverse for freeeeeee

That’s cool!

30/60/90 degree versions would be neat too.

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Alexandro Ramirez-Nagy /

thanks mate

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Brandon Weiss (Detective brandon to you) /

> Ken Roff Wrote:

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> Short intake is preferred on reed torque induction

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> The shorter the better

I was referring to the fact that when using the short intake on the tomos, you must drop the engine to remove the carb. Any sane person would forgo any imaginary gains and just use the side shot intake to make life easier

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Dont have to drop the motor, just have to break the chain and take the top two bolts out. Engine swings down and you can retain that super sick stock airbox in the frame and your side covers. If its stock I would keep the straight shooter, becuase how often are you gonna be fucking with the carb. On my old ripper tomos I made a 19 intake that went straight to the right with no s-bend. Had very crispy throttle response on the 45mm alukit. Later I added aux exhaust and intake ports, opened the transfers and then quickly realized that I had no chance in keeping clutches in one piece. Never again will I have a fast tomos, its just not worth it.

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I personally use this style air filter.

I dont know if the origional designer is on moped army or not.

If anyone needs help acquiring one let me know.

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Josiah Radebaugh /

That's actually pretty neat^! I'd rock it

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Yea i personally like the yellow filter housing design that I previously posted. Its available in many colors. I keep the fins on the bottom to keep the rain out. Also you can very easily add foam or fabric to keep the dust out. It also fits snug even without a hose clamp. The original designer uses a hose clamp anyway just to be safe.

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