Brock’s Performance Introduces Sprint Air Filters For Suzuki HayabusasWed, 09 Jul 2014
Brock’s Performance, well known for its history with go-fast products for go-fast motorcycles, has just introduced Sprint Filters P08 air filters for Suzuki Hayabusas that never need washing or oiling.
New Product Line
The first product in Brock’s new lineup of Sprint Filters, this is a direct-replacement unit which simply drops inside the Gen II ‘Busa’s airbox. It easily outperforms the stock element in every way and promotes better fuel mileage.
The filter element is built from a high-tech, polyester fabric that consists of 5-micron threads that trap airflow-reducing dust and debris particles down to .08 millimeters. Sprint P08 air filters never require maintenance and come with a 1-year warranty.
With optimized shapes and higher fins, Sprint Filters products have more surface area than most of their cotton-elemented competitors and aren’t doused in sticky oil, increasing airflow by up to 25%. These technologies result in better filtration, greater air volume and more consistent flow–the most important factors in making maximum power and promoting healthy engine life.
Air-filter replacement takes just minutes on the Hayabusa and produces immediately noticeable power gains. No special tools are required. Simply unscrew the airbox lid, pop out the original and install the Sprint unit. For cleaning, dirt is quickly and easily blown away with compressed air.
Based in Milan, Italy, Sprint Filters designs and manufactures high-performance air filters in collaboration with leading motorcycle manufacturers and world-championship-winning race teams. The 62-year-old company’s products are custom-made for 150 street bikes.
Aside from this Suzuki product, the latest addition to Sprint Filter’s streetbike lineup are waterproof air filters for stock and modified Harleys.
Sprint Filter air filters in all designs–airbox panel, oval, conical and circular–are available for immediate shipment from BrocksPerformance.com or by calling 937-912-0054.
By Troy Siahaan
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