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BMC Air Filter Kawasaki ZX14 / Concours 1400 2006-2011
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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

Fits:

  • Kawasaki Concours 1400 2007-2012
  • Kawasaki Ninja ZX14 2006-2011
This Product Fits:
Kawasaki
Ninja ZX-14R 20062011
ZG1400 Concours 20072012
ZG1400 Concours ABS 20072012
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BMC Air Filter Kawasaki ZX14 / Concours 1400 2006-2011
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Walter G: Part of my plan to increase performance. Apr 23, 2014
Richard P asked: What is the differences between the standard and race BMC air filters? Feb 6, 2015
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Jonathan M: Straight from BMC's website: "The difference between standard and race lies in the “filtering package”, making the air passage to engine concept even more extreme: the RACE filter has an even greater air breathing capacity compared to the standard one and its installation is only, exclusively advised for motorbikes used on a race track as carburetion or injection could be weak (for carburetion the air quantity present in the mixture is greater than the quantity considered necessary, while for injection, despite the modern gearcase capacity to adapt itself within certain ranges, at times the excessive air increase is not handled correctly by the gearcase itself).To avoid problems of this kind and recover the right stoichiometric air/petrol relations, you need to increase petrol capacity. To do this, you normally use a gearcase, remapped or replacing the original. Otherwise for carburetion motor bikes you can have additional carburetion kits." Mar 2, 2015
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Standard 713114 FM466/04 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Race 514919 FM466/04RACE In Stock: Ships within 24 hours