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    MWR High Efficient filter vs DNA filter vs Stock filter

    Hi everyone ,

    Maniac Motors in Germany has done a back-to-back comparo with the stock , DNA and MWR airfilters and wanna share the results with you.

    With many thanks to Alex of Maniac Motors , if you want more details you can contact him : www.maniacmotors.de

    Gr Wilco
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    Hi , interrested in this ( as I have DNA ) but it`s hard to see the results -any chance to post it with a better resolution?

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by WikingTNT View Post
    Hi , interrested in this ( as I have DNA ) but it`s hard to see the results -any chance to post it with a better resolution?

    Cheers
    Hi Wiking TNT

    Yeah I know , don't know what went wrong or what I do wrong

    Here are the numbers :

    DNA : 148.44 HP
    Stock : 148.70 HP
    MWR : 149.15

    The powercurve is on my website now (Benelli page) , so you can take a good look

    Sorry

    Gr Wilco
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    Definately not the performance increase we all wished aftermarket filters would be, and you certainly won't detect any difference via "seat of the pants" testing for sure with those numbers. Maybe maintenance is better than stock, but I'll be sticking with the OEM filter and make sure it's oiled and properly sealed to the airbox. Valuable post, Thanks!

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    interesting stuff.
    in terms of power/weight would probably be better off eating one less pastie than "investing" in a filter....though you would get plenty of Greggs finest for the cost of a filter!

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    Interesting........... I've just been thinking about getting filter changed along with my first service but it seems that all you save is money in the long run from the results

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    Is this a stock bike or has it had mods done in connection with the filter. For example is the flaps been wired open aftermarket can?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianh View Post
    interesting stuff.
    in terms of power/weight would probably be better off eating one less pastie than "investing" in a filter....though you would get plenty of Greggs finest for the cost of a filter!


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    MWR

    taking into the data you have supplied and placing the engine speed to everyday road speeds, I might have missed the point as to what is the benefit of your filter and why I should purchase one?

    Regards

    Tuono
    Last edited by Tuono; 03-29-2011 at 04:09 PM.

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    I don't believe changing the airfilter alone will do any good, probably will make the bike only run leaner if no mods are made to the exhaust and to the mapping accordingly.

    Having said that, I have a MWR installed on my race Daytona 675 and I am satisfied with it, I haven't tested any others before, just went from OEM to MWR so I can't compare but it does it's job so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuono View Post
    MWR

    taking into the data you have supplied and placing the engine speed to everyday road speeds, I might have missed the point as to what is the benefit of your filter and why I should purchase one?

    Regards

    Tuono
    Hi Tuono

    Read this first and hopefully you understand why I came back.

    https://www.benelliforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=8930

    Gr Wilco

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