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    Senior Member T Dubble D's's Avatar
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    I could have found these in a second on the old forums search engine but I can't search anything less than 4 characters now apparently? Am I missing something? Anyway, I would really appreciate the part #'s of any and all Pod filters for the T Dub. Also if anybody has any feelings or experience towards the pod filters I'd welcome hearing it. Thanks all, good to be back and fartin around with the T Dub again.

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    Pod filters are okay for a street bike but need to be in an airbox of some sort for water crossings offroad.




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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    Pod filters are okay for a street bike but need to be in an airbox of some sort for water crossings offroad.




    +1 ... and forget about riding in rain. Pod filters don't do too well in rain.
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    How to search this board without using the search box at the top of the page has been covered in a bunch of threads.



    Googling tw200 pod filter came up with http://cart.babbittsonline.com/pages...od-filter.aspx



    While searching past posts here came up with 53 matches



    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&c...w=1067&bih=613


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    Thank your personal perception of diety for people who are computer literate.




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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    Thank your personal perception of diety for people who are computer literate.


    Yeah, I'm rather computer illiterate to be quite honest. Through the 3 years I've owned my current tw I've had it offroad maybe 5 times, just isn't anywhere close to ride or anyone to ride with really. I've decided I'm slapping some of the bridgestone 203 and 204's on and "streeting" the whole bike hollow mod style over the winter. Just couldn't find the part number for the one filter I used to have written down. I was really pressed for time and I figured somebody here probably knew it right off hand. Look at me being all lazy and reliant on you guys already. You know if you guys weren't so friggin expert and junk this would never happen... it's your own fault really.

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    Suckup.




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    Quote Originally Posted by sorethumb View Post


    Thanks sorethumb! That K&N is exactly what I was looking for. Cheers!

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    How do you secure the pod filter to the airbox end of the angled rubber boot? Mine is just soft rubber with no firm structure and feels like it will fall off. Do you glue it? It is too soft to tighten the hose clamp onto.

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