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CLOSED: MWR Air Filter, Air Box Cover, and Gilles Titanium Axle Nut GROUP BUY!!!

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UPDATE #2

The Group Buy has ended.  Parts have been ordered from their respective manufacturers, and will be shipped out to customers respectively upon arrival.  Thank you everyone!

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UPDATE!!!

Minimum number of participants met!!! I'll be sending invoices starting tomorrow, but more can join in if they want, until the group buy is over. 

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Hello everyone!!!

 

The MWR Air Filter and Air Box Cover GROUP BUY is back!!!!!!

This one is different than the first Group Buy special, so not only is it going to be on MWR's Air Filter or MWR's Air Box Cover, but any combo of the two!!!

 

Before we get to the incredible pricing, lets break down on what's on offer:

 

MWR Air Filter and MWR Air Box Cover:

 

The MWR Air Filter and Air Box Cover is a great addition to your FZ-07.  MWR filters are used in World Motorsport, and have won with the Factory Kawasaki's in World Superbike last 5 years in a row.  They are also used in the wining Factory Yamaha and Suzuki MotoAmerica Superbike that won the last 3 years, as well as many other teams around the world.

 

The MWR filter has been testing against the best paper filters in the world, and beat them hands down.

 

Well, what about DNA's combo?  It might be a paper filter, but they have a Filter Cover to go with it.

 

Sure they do, I've had BOTH on my FZ-07.  The MWR filter alone with the DNA cover, made .6 hp more than the DNA combo with the existing DNA tune I had.  When tuned specifically for the MWR filter (since it breaths much better), it made 1.1 hp more.  That wasn't even with the MWR Air Box Cover, as it wasn't released until after I did my dyno testing.

 

So that's 1.1 hp MORE than the leading paper filter, which is supposed to give 1-2 hp over stock to begin with.  Depending on the components you have (slip-on, full system, engine management, hi octane gas, tune, etc.), I'd expect you to gain anywhere from 1.5-3.0 hp from MWR's Filter and Air Box Cover.

 

So not only did the MWR filter outperform the best paper filter on the market, it's also anti-flammable, and has a matching Air Box cover to go along with it, which has a leg up on the competition.

 

MWR's Air Box Cover design is genius, and incorporates 3 key features over the competition:

 

1)  The opening of the Filtercover is not only radioused to allow smooth airflow into the airbox, it also matches the square opening of the MWR Air Filter, MAXIMIZING airflow entry as well.
 
2)  This new design is half the thickness of the competition, so instead of having a thick piece of material and having to mill two of the corners down, MWR's Filtercover does the exact opposite and is half the thickness, but builds up the two corners where needed.  This saves weight, and also allows the air going into the opening to reach the filter sooner, rather than the double thickness of the competition which restricts incoming air from reaching the filter material.

3) Price.  MWR's Air Box Cover is less expensive than the competition, even at full retail.

 

Before we get to the special pricing, here are some pictures of the MWR Air Filter and Air Box Cover:

 

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Special pricing is as follows:

 

MWR Air Filter:  Retail is $87.00, GROUP BUY Price - $69.00
 
MWR Filtercover:  Retail is $68.00, GROUP BUY PRICE Price - $54.00

MWR Air Filter/Filtercover combo:  Retail is $155.00, GROUP BUY PRICE Price - $116.00

 

I need just 5 people to commit for this special pricing.  Shipping is FREE for US customers, $35 flat rate for international customers.

 

You know we aren't gonna stop there!  This is BellissiMoto!  And we're known for our group buys!

 

We are also offering the Gilles Titanium Axle Nut!!!

 

As many Yamaha FZ-07 owners already know (it takes the same OEM rear axle nut), the stock rear axle nut has been prone to causing problems...the two large metal flanges that act as the locking mechanism sometimes jam up on the threads of the axle and almost weld themselves to it.  When trying to loosen it for tire changes, chain adjustments, etc., either the threads strip, or the axle block that holds the axle in place breaks.
 
The issue is with those large metal flanges on the stock nut. The solution is to use a different nut - The Gilles ACM Titanium Axle Nut.
 
One of the lightest axle nuts on the market, the ACM Titanium Axle Nut by Gilles is one of the safest too. The patent pending pin-lock safety technology secures the ACM Titanium Axle Nut in place, making it bomb-proof while allowing it to be loosened faster than a split pin secured nut. It weighs just 20 grams, which is less than 3/4ths of an ounce.
 
It's design is inspired and derived by factory racing teams, and has been used by professional racers such as Cal Crutchlow to become a World SuperSport Champion. 
 
A product of award-winning precision engineering makes the ACM Titanium Axle Nut TUV and ISO certified, and will no doubt give your bike that ultra-premium look. 
 
 
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Material: Titanium ti6alv4
 
Ultra lightweight at 20 grams (less than 3/4ths of an ounce)
 
Innovative pin-interlock security w/ high locking characteristics
 
Perfectly compliments chain adjuster kits by Gilles Tooling
 
Plastic-pin accomodates thread form and locks with friction
 
Simple security through interlock system
 
Easy assembly with a Included hex tool
 
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You can see the locking mechanism here...a plastic threaded insert comes out and locks against the threads when you tighten the set screw on the face of the nut.  Pretty ingenious.  I've had mine on and off over 50 times now without issue.  
 
 
Because the shipping cost is getting absorbed into a much bigger order, I'm able to pass the savings on to everyone and offer it at a fantastic price.
 
 
Retail is $80.00, GROUP BUY PRICE Price - $60.00

 

Shipping for this item is FREE with purchase of any MWR item above.  Otherwise, for US customers it's $10, for International customers, it's $35 flat rate.

 

I'll start the list, and populate it with user's screen name as appropriate:

 

1.  @mjh937 - Gilles Ti Axle Nut - PAID

2.  @crazycd1 - MWR combo - PAID

3.  @Vargasmarco22 - MWR combo - PAID

4.  @cornerslider - Gilles Ti Axle Nut - PAID

5.  @Tony9020 - MWR combo - need e-mail address, full name, and shipping address

Minimum number of participants met!!! I'll be sending invoices starting tomorrow, but more can join in if they want, until the group buy is over. 

6.  @Kurt - MWR combo - PAID

7.  @Fitchburgh - MWR combo - PAID

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Evill_Ed

I already have the MWR air filter and lid, Trust Me, Y’all want one of these.

thats all I got to say about that 

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1tondriver

You have sucked the last cent out of my wallet and thank goodness I already have an intake. Great deal as usual 👍🏼

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ludedude
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Best map for that filter and a yosh exhaust? PC5? PV3? 2wheeldynoworks?

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bellissimoto
44 minutes ago, ludedude said:

Best map for that filter and a yosh exhaust? PC5? PV3? 2wheeldynoworks?

You have a PM :)

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scat2me

s this an easy swap out?  Are there any other requirements after changing from the sock filter?

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bellissimoto

No other requirement per se.  It wouldn't hurt to add fueling with tune, etc, but it's not mandatory.

 

Your bike will run just fine with the MWR Air Filter :)

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Cruizin
On 5/4/2020 at 10:23 PM, ludedude said:

Best map for that filter and a yosh exhaust? PC5? PV3? 2wheeldynoworks?

Please dont mention other vendors in this vendors thread! They pay for this section, and this is a thread where they are offering you a discount. Not cool. 

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RobZilla
2 hours ago, Cruizin said:

Damn, none of you are jumping in on this? 

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I already purchased the filter, lid, and axle nut from Bellissimoto otherwise I’d be on it!

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ludedude
4 hours ago, Cruizin said:

Please dont mention other vendors in this vendors thread! They pay for this section, and this is a thread where they are offering you a discount. Not cool. 

Sorry.

I didn't think Paul had flashes or maps for the products they sell since they aren't in the business of dyno tuning. If they did, i'd get a flash from them so was just asking his opinion since I'm sure others would want to know. I'll shut up now since Paul and I have been talking offline.

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Fz_Stephen_Fz

will the axel nut work with those who have sliders/spools in their axels?

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bellissimoto
1 hour ago, ludedude said:

Sorry.

I didn't think Paul had flashes or maps for the products they sell since they aren't in the business of dyno tuning. If they did, i'd get a flash from them so was just asking his opinion since I'm sure others would want to know. I'll shut up now since Paul and I have been talking offline.

We don't have maps or flashes per se, but we do sell another device to fit your needs :)

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bellissimoto
4 minutes ago, Fz_Stephen_Fz said:

will the axel nut work with those who have sliders/spools in their axels?

Absolutely.  It takes the place of the stock axle nut, so if your sliders/spools work with the OEM nut, it'll work with this one :)

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fzar
1 hour ago, bellissimoto said:

Absolutely.  It takes the place of the stock axle nut, so if your sliders/spools work with the OEM nut, it'll work with this one

It's fantastic. 

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bellissimoto
6 minutes ago, Cruizin said:

I cant believe nobody is signing up for this. 

Me either!  Haha.  Possibly because many have already bought these items.  I do have an individual who may be on the list, but is inquiring about other, non-group buy items as well, so you may see the list populated with one person soon :)

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Cruizin

I just shared this on our MT07 facebook group.   I have noticed that a lot of the newer Mt07 owners buy a lot of junk from Aliexpress, and then post mad when it breaks two weeks later. 

Guys and gals, this stuff is not what you would find on Ali express. 

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1tondriver
8 minutes ago, bellissimoto said:

Me either!  Haha.  Possibly because many have already bought these items.  I do have an individual who may be on the list, but is inquiring about other, non-group buy items as well, so you may see the list populated with one person soon :)

I think you may have nailed it Paul. I was fortunate to get in on the last group buy. The rear axle nut is a must by the way 👍. Take advantage of this if you haven’t already 😎

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mjh937

Okay, I was on the fence about getting the axle nut as so far I have not had any trouble with the stock nut (I have not had it off many times though).  I figure if I have problems with it in the future I will wish I had spent $60 now, so why not.  I already have the air filter coming so I do not need another one of those. 
 

TL;DR: One axle nut please. 

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mjh937

Is the titanium axle nut the same socket size as the stock nut?

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DewMan
5 minutes ago, mjh937 said:

Is the titanium axle nut the same socket size as the stock nut?

I don't remember what the stock size it but the Ti nut is 27mm

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DewMan
 
Just shut up and ride.

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mjh937

Thanks @DewMan, that is the same.  Saves me having to buy another socket :) .

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crazycd1

Is the air filter run dry as is or do you oil the element?

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bellissimoto
19 minutes ago, crazycd1 said:

Is the air filter run dry as is or do you oil the element?

It comes pre-oiled :)

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