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Yeah, I was planning on buying a v-stack aswell :) although wasn't sure what diameters to look at, as I don't have my bike at hand as explained in my previous post.

The one you posted is a "44mm ID Chrome Air Filter" so its what I should be looking for?

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Either one will work on your bike, the V-stacks for the Cag engines are all 44mm OD to fit the 44mm ID air filters.
 

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I like the Uni foam airfilters ...I have them on a majority of my bikes...The others get a homemade detergent cap v-stack and a piece of pantyhose over the mouth...............Its hands down the best low-buck hi-performance mod you can do.......

ive tried those other filters and they are too restrictive for my engines with all that screen and thick gauze.............it made my engines slowly fog the plug on topend killing plugs every 3-4 rides...Now Im going on over 20 rides and the plugs still firing nicely with my Uni freeflowing foam filter..........





 

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If you get a 44mm V-stack and flat cone air filter it might work, since you don't have alot of room. On my Cags I put a 66 tooth or less rear gear on the rear wheel to move it back for more room for an air filter & V.
 
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