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post #71 of 73 Old 05-27-2016, 06:25 PM
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Be sure to get the new and improved Pantyhose II for the extra flow!
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post #72 of 73 Old 05-27-2016, 07:33 PM
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Sprint Filters left because I suggested to them that it was in their best interest. Manufacturers need to focus on designing and producing the very best product available - nothing else.

I am personally handling the exchange of information that needs to be addressed with their engineering staff and Brock's Performance will make sure everyone knows when a Sprint Filter is available for the Ninja H2.

Currently, the DNA is our suggested choice for the H2/H2R and they will be tough to beat. Fantastic products from a great company.

One thing is for certain... the H2 owners are truly benefitting from the efforts being put forth by the aftermarket world. It's a bit surprising for such a low volume machine, but passionate owners are leading the charge. You have yourselves and great sites like this to congratulate. Keep up the good work, the aftermarket world is listening

Still waiting on the Pantyhose Air Filter.

Sprint filter is complete and available for purchase for some time now. They have both race and standard versions of the filter. In my opinion it's way easier to keep cleaned and maintenance with a simple blow of an air gun!
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