60mm metal mesh air filter for dellorto SHA carburetors
60mm metal mesh air filter SHA
 



  $17.00

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stunning chrome top metal mesh over felt hi flow air filter, for the dellorto SHA carbs, also fits dellorto SHBC carbs and mikuni TMX carburetors

OD = 74mm
total length = 57mm
ID = 60mm

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Awesome product tight fit June 16, 2017
taco eater : Spencer Sams from Lima, OH United States  
Ok I bought this it's awesome nice and shine no issues with the filter except on a 1997 tomos targa LX the filter hits the motor mount bolt so I had my modification hammer clearance the filter other then that good buy definite carb noise tho

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Real good October 11, 2013
taco eater : Ya man from Pulaski, WI United States  
This is just great. Looks real good and adds a screw on 10+ hp. Overall real nice.

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dont buy for moby 50v August 16, 2012
taco eater : charles Tavik from baltimore, MD United States  
The filter fit fine but is so close to the pully when the engine moves it hits the pulley and the rubber breaks at the carb. Im sure it will work on other bikes.   I have used JB Weld to glue the rubber part to the mesh screen holder offset about 1/2 inch it doesn't hit the pulley now and I am happy.

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Moby+SHA July 7, 2012
taco eater : Aaron Fowler from Richmond, VA United States  
this filter fit on my 50L without the belt scraping it. but man it was close to it.

too close... i wouldnt use this with a stock pulley that has the [dis]/engague switch, mine ended up being ripped off and chewed up.

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Looks good, tends to fall off May 14, 2012
taco eater : Rick from kelowna, BC Canada  
Good Look, great price, low quality. Puch Maxi with a SHA 15.15. When you tighten down the clamp it squishes the rubber. Tighten too much and it pops off, tighten too little and it falls off when riding. Either way, it ends up on the side of the road. Also the fancy looking chrome end cap is hot glued in place. That fell off after about two weeks of riding. Anyway, I'm here buying another filter cause it finally fell off for the last time.

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