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Old 21st January 2021
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Default 1200S Small retro Air Filter

Hi everyone!

I'm looking for air intake kit for my sportster 1200S 2000 year. CV carb.
Has someone used Wyatt Gatling air filters? For example https://www.denniskirk.com/wyatt-gat...rd/3000116.sku
Can you give me advice for small retro air intake kit?
Also intrested in coil relocate kit.

I'm sorry for bad english and perhaps stupid quiestion
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I'm a fan of DK Customs. Good quality product and customer service and they come with external venting.

https://www.dkcustomproducts.com/air...ke-c10-282.htm
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I've got a T.C.Bros round on mine.
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I'll second the DK customs air intake. The 425 is all you will ever need on a sporty.

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On a stock Sportster maybe. If you have something more, it will out breath that little guy.
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I'm not an expert, but I'm in the same boat, looking into air-filters for my sporty

That particular kit I think it might not be of great quality,

It might NOT fit your bike, is not listed on the fitment list

In my modest opinion, there isn't enough information to evaluate that product before buying it

It does not say what type of filter element includes,
to me that is warning light
What is made of ? paper, foam, sponge marshmallow ?
If they have included a picture you could make a wild guess
They don't think it deserves to be mentioned or shown ?
Even if you don't care about performance
At a bare minimum you want it to fit, filter dirt,
and don't decrease performance, or fall apart
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If you are buying from Europe you might want to check thunderbike
Or Amazon
Or Ebay
Or you may end up paying more on Shipping than what you pay for the product it self
I don't know whats the story wit taxes there,

If you don't care about shipping costs and want to buy from the US
these are a reputable places with good information on fitting

https://www.dkcustomproducts.com/
They make their own Air-Kits and use K&N filters
+accessories (relocation kits)

https://hammerperf.com/
They make their own performance Air-Kits and use K&N filters

https://www.lowbrowcustoms.com/
Good selection of UN-expensive parts an accessories
for early and carbed Sportsters

https://www.revzilla.com/
Popular, Big reseller, reasonable shipping costs

https://www.knfilters.com/
K&N makes good, pricey, re-usable filters, they also make kits (Intake Systems)
For many people K&N is the standard
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