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Filter position Which way does the wire mesh in the filter face? is it engine side or the other way. also whats the ideal position of filter if the sponge doesnot have two coloured surface.

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The wire mesh should be closest to the engine. it keeps the filter material from being drawn into the carburetor.

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    Noel Nazareth Feb 11, 2014

    hi meyers i appreciate your reply....but in my bike...i suppose in every bike there is only one inlet and outlet for air....so i have my filter as a piece of sponge with two skeleton sandwiching it and a wire mesh on one side...the newer version of the same bike didnot have any wiremest rather the sponge was two colored so u always knew which side came near the engine. so i am confused as i dont want to ruin my mileage

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