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If you were looking to get a performance filter for your Panigale now is the time!

Looking for a quick turn around, the group buy will close on August 1st, 2016.

For those who aren't familiar with Sprint filters, they are an Italian company who has been in business of making air filters since the 1950's.



The P08 uses a proprietary polyester material that delivers efficient filtration meaning more air while being able to catch more dust particles than cotton filters.

P08 is for street and track use.
P16 is strictly for track use.

The filters are dry filters, meaning no oils or chemicals are needed to be sprayed on the filters. Cleaning is super easy, just blow it with compressed air, and if you take proper care, it'll be the last filter you've ever bought for your bike.



Sprint Filter is Official Supplier of the Yamaha Official Stock Team and Trasimeno Team in the 2016 FIM Superstock 1000 Cup.



Pricing and How-To Order Through the Group Buy


We can not publicly disclose the group buy pricing due to advertised priced restrictions, simply follow the link below, add the filter to your cart and use the discount code GB95916 at checkout to see the group buy pricing.

You can then place your orders as a part of the group buy directly from our website. Make sure your shipping addresses are correct.

Sprint P08 Filter For Ducati Panigale 899 / 959 / 1199 / 1299 (all models and sub models) : https://www.motomillion.com/product...-filter-for-ducati-899-959-1199-1299-panigale

When will I receive my filter?

Everyone within the USA should have their filters delivered by Saturday August 6th.

I have another bike or my friend has another bike:

We are currently working on adding the rest of the filters on our site, you are welcome to share this group buy with friends. To view the full line up of the Sprint Filters that are available through the group buy click here.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to PM me.

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For those who aren't familiar with the Sprint Filters here is a little more info on why they are unlike any others on the market.

Greater air flow doesn't always mean letting more dust in the engine, and here is what I mean by that:



This video gives you an idea of the superiority Sprint has over any other filter, given that they have their own proprietary material they use.

The filters are known to allow high air flow while catching as much particles as possible.

This is a fairly new air flow test done : https://neoriders.wordpress.com/2015/07/30/motorcycle-air-filter-test/

But a quote to note is "the Sprint and its P08 material offers the juiciest route for air, which is a surprise given how small the perforations are in the Sprint’s element."

Smaller perforations and higher air flow, this translates to more particles being caught by the filter while allowing maximum air flow.
 

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Had one installed on my bike two weeks ago from European Cycle service. The filter is great, but didn't see huge gains on the dyne, due to still having the sock exhaust on.
 

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Had one installed on my bike two weeks ago from European Cycle service. The filter is great, but didn't see huge gains on the dyne, due to still having the sock exhaust on.
There shouldn't be "huge" gains if we are being realistic. It'll be 2-4 hp through out the rev range some almost same as for torque.

Lets make sure we aren't making empty promises here. Bigger gains will be made with the WSBK filter, it can also be used as a piece of art with the gorgeous carbon fiber frame it has. >:)
 
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