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funny story... i went to lets ride in my city and told them i got a GYTR intake but don't like K&N filters. They said they can get my a uni, so i got all excited and waited for it to arrive at the store. It didn't come a week later and today i went in and they said that uni doesn't make a filter for an after market intake but his uni rep measured in all out and they are going to give me a prototype!
so depending on how i like it and how it performs they will probably start mass producing them since the K&N is retarded expensive and i have had bad experiences with them any way. I should get the filter tomorrow and ill let you all know how it works
 

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I run dual uni filters inside my airbox. Just the single pods and two of them.
 

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where can i see a picture of that intake setup? who makes it? im very curious because i wannted to retain the stock airbox and just remove the lid but a dual setup would get way more airflow even with the box
 

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I don't have a picture. I can get one tomorrow though. Basically I just ordered two uni pod filters with the output side the size of the pro-design flange. They fit snug and I have outerwears on them . They touch in the middle and the sides of the box but flow good top and bottom with good water protection. They seem to perform good for me.
 

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Does that really get more air that way?
 

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It gets more air because you can remove the lid easily and if you run the lid you don't have to worry about installing it wrong and not sealing. Kind of a pricey part if you ask me but I usually pick them up used:D but It is a needed part if you are wanting more power.
 
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