BMC Air Filter Honda CBR600RR 2007-2012
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BMC Air Filter

BMC has developed a particular production system based on soft rubber moulding which produces the familiar BMC red filters. They are made in one single piece with no welded joints in the corners, thus avoiding breaking risks.

  • Higher air flow than OEM filter for maximum power
  • Race-tested for performance and reliability
  • Endorsed by Yoshimura
  • Note: Picture shown may not accurately depict the exact filter you will receive that fits your vehicle
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Honda
CBR600RR 20072012
CBR600RR ABS 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Standard 713111 FM478/04 In Stock: Ships next business day
Race 529955 FM478/04RACE In Stock: Ships next business day

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great product for your bike
Great reusable filter that will improve performance on your bike. I installed this on my 08 Honda CBR 600RR and my bike sounds so much better from the engine.
July 15, 2013
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I choose BMC for my air filter because I KNEW this was a great air filter due to the race shop use to use these on my race bikes. So I figured I would throw one in my 2010 CBR600RR I just got. That & a Yoshi pipe that is:) I think I saw somewhere in your data that Yoshi endorses BMC filters. When I read that I smiled a bit due to the new Yoshimura RS5 pipe I just got for it too. Thanks!!
Timmycent on Sep 15, 2015
I choose BMC for my air filter because I KNEW this was a great air filter due to the race shop use to use these on my race bikes. So I figured I would throw one in my 2010 CBR600RR I just got. That & a Yoshi pipe that is:) I think I saw somewhere in your data that Yoshi endorses BMC filters. When I read that I smiled a bit due to the new Yoshimura RS5 pipe I just got for it too. Thanks!!
Timmycent on Sep 15, 2015
What is the difference between the standard and race versions? Does the race version require a fuel adjustable computer set up?
Jose H on Jan 31, 2014
BEST ANSWER: the race filter breathes deeper than the standard one and if you are running the bike on streets instead of the track the only problem you will run into is all the dirt being kicked up by traffic. I run the race filter on my 600rr and I use it for track and street use. as for the fuel management it depends on what you have done to the bike. the bike may run lean without a tune but if you have the filter and a slip on exhaust you do not need any type of fuel management system. it's when you do a full system that that becomes necessary.