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Was looking around MotoSport.com and seen a few different styles of levers from ASV for sale there. There's the F3 Series kit for $260.59 and the C/5 CNC Machined kit for $361.94

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The C/5 CNC Machined kit is the nicer option, but they're not $361.94 nice. They are supposed to be easy to install but if you have small hands, the clutch level may need to be let out more than what you're comfortable with in order for the starter kill switch to disengage.
 

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They have it listed as an exact fit so I'm pretty sure it'll fit but as for if it's needed... I don't think so ? I typically like to opt for aftermarket filters though because I think they're "better"
 

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They have it listed as an exact fit so I'm pretty sure it'll fit but as for if it's needed... I don't think so ? I typically like to opt for aftermarket filters though because I think they're "better"
If you've ever used a K&N oil filter, have a look at Hi-Flo Filtro filters.
http://www.hiflofiltro.com/
Guess who makes K&N oil filters? Yep. We carried both at the bike shop where I worked and the internals were identical. The only difference was the price and the stamped metal 17mm "nut" on the K&N filters. The HiFos were about 2/3 the price or less. They were also the 1st TÜV SÜD approved filter.
 

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I did not know that. I really don't mind skipping on the "nut" thing at all especially if I can pay 1/3 less or more (less). Thanks !
 

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I know the scr950 isn't really an off road bike, but I can't stop looking at the Hi-Flo foam filters. Can it be used in the scr950 or is there really no point in doing so?
 

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I don't really see the point of getting a foam one unless you plan to compete with your scr950. Their normal premium oil filters are still TÜV approved.
 
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