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How to remove stock air filter box

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Please be more specific, year, make and model. I know they look impossible, somehow they are made to be serviced. May I ask why you're removing it? To service is cool, to replace with pods or other filter system remember you'll need to do some rejetting, and believe it or not many bikes do actually make more horses with the airbox they came with.

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