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Old 07-05-2012, 08:24 PM   #46
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this is the one thing that really impressed me with the dust- no apparent power difference
My filter was really dirty and I left it like that intentionally, couldn't believe how clean the inside was too!

soooo, when are you telling the girlfriend she's missing a pair of panties...er I mean filter skins?

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Old 07-15-2012, 05:14 AM   #47
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any finalized jetting for the 950?
or is it still just the bigger mains and the raise of the needle?

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Old 07-15-2012, 05:29 AM   #48
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any finalized jetting for the 950?
or is it still just the bigger mains and the raise of the needle?

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For me, I think yes. That seems to work well. The main size depends on your elevation range. I'm running 165/170 and expect to go up just one more step to 170/175 when I get the chance. I'm operating 1400-3000ft elevation. The best thing is the great fuel mileage I'm getting 40+ with 16/42 gearing too. Considering going back up to 17/42. That with my aux tank will give me huge distance between fill ups.
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Old 07-19-2012, 02:10 AM   #49
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Have you been on the Dyno yet?
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Old 07-19-2012, 04:10 AM   #50
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Not me. No plans to.

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Old 08-10-2012, 10:58 AM   #51
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seat fitment after rottweiler air filter install

Just finished the CPR Rottweiler install on my'05 950 Adventure. It runs great after the jetting, but, the seat is sitting on the back of the air filter and it was hard to get the seat on. I did manage to get it on and now it's putting pressure on the seat and airfilter. Has this been an issue with anyone else.
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Old 08-10-2012, 11:19 AM   #52
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I saw your other post.
I haven't noticed. When I get home I'll take a look for oil on the seat pan. I haven't seen any distortion of the filter.

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Old 08-10-2012, 12:24 PM   #53
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Thanks Dad2bike,
I liked your detailed post on the installation. Your jetting was a good start for me. I did the - 170/175 main, needle in the 3rd position, left the stock 42 pilot and adjusted the air mixture to 1 3/4. Took it for a short run last night and it ran real good. I'll be giving it a much longer shakedown run after work today.
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Old 08-10-2012, 03:39 PM   #54
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I took the plunge as well. Went with 175/180 mains, needle in 3rd position, and 45 pilot jets.
I also trimmed the intake air horns about 1/4", to hopefully allow improved air flow from all sides of the filter.



The increase in power above 6,000 rpm is very impressive, but I still feel there's a dip in the torque curve
between 5K and 6K. I wonder what the Factory Pro needles would do with this filter? The consensus seemed to
be they were too rich with the stock airbox. Ideally, someone would come up with a custom needle just for
this filter setup.
It took a while to get used to hearing the carb slides rattling at lower rpm, but that intake honk when you hit 6K
sure sounds great!
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Old 08-10-2012, 04:14 PM   #55
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Here's the contact on my seat shown by the oil spot.



Not much at all.
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Old 08-10-2012, 08:15 PM   #56
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With the seat on and locked in there is a gap under my seat right where it angles up and I can see that the rubber aren't touching the frame. I took it for a long ride this afternoon and it doesn't seem to be a problem. My contact patch is very similar to yours. I can live with the gap, because this thing has a definite increase in power and throttle response.
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Old 08-13-2012, 07:13 PM   #57
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This past week I added the SE version of the CPR Rottweiler filter assembly to my bike, and it fit like a glove, with no interference issues. I used the kit along with CJ's shortened trumpets and Adventure Machines' Jetting Kit, and the motor feels much stronger from idle through WOT, it starts instantaneously when cold, idles perfectly, and has no deceleration 'pop.'

Well done CJ and Ken!


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P.S. I also didn't really notice any increase in intake noise after installing this filter assembly, but if there was any, it was probably overshadowed by my focus on the bike's increased acceleration characteristics.

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Old 03-18-2013, 11:20 AM   #58
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I removed the vent hose from the PCV valve and found a scrap piece to clamp on the end to hold the valve to the baseplate. The hose is pushed tight to the plate to provide air sealing.
The provided instructions make no mention of this hose. I just figured it out for myself.
I have an early 950 (-03) which does not have the valve on the breather hose.
Any suggestions how to attach the hose to the baseplate without it?
Do i need to buy a valve (~50usd here in Sweden)?

No valve:
http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....N-SYSTEM-DENSO

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Old 03-24-2013, 08:39 PM   #59
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I have an early 950 (-03) which does not have the valve on the breather hose.
Any suggestions how to attach the hose to the baseplate without it?
Do i need to buy a valve (~50usd here in Sweden)?

No valve:
http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....N-SYSTEM-DENSO

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One option is to use a small K&N filter for the end of the crankcase breather. Many of our customers prefer this method. Another way is to get a hold of a barbed fitting that will expand the breather tube when inserted. Push the breather tube through the 20mm hole and insert the barbed fitting from the top. This will expand it and lock it into the hole.

The crankcase billet fitting is made to be unscrewed with 2 19mm open end wrenches and screwed back together through the plate locking it in place. (Make sure to keep it pointing the same direction!)

We hope this helps.

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Old 03-25-2013, 04:39 AM   #60
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I have an early 950 (-03) which does not have the valve on the breather hose.
Any suggestions how to attach the hose to the baseplate without it?
Do i need to buy a valve (~50usd here in Sweden)?

No valve:
http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....N-SYSTEM-DENSO

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That was my original install. I was in the first group that didn't come with instructions. I later reinstalled the breather on the plate as noted below.

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One option is to use a small K&N filter for the end of the crankcase breather. Many of our customers prefer this method. Another way is to get a hold of a barbed fitting that will expand the breather tube when inserted. Push the breather tube through the 20mm hole and insert the barbed fitting from the top. This will expand it and lock it into the hole.

The crankcase billet fitting is made to be unscrewed with 2 19mm open end wrenches and screwed back together through the plate locking it in place. (Make sure to keep it pointing the same direction!)

We hope this helps.

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