Air filter for Taida gy6 232cc 4v


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Hi guys,

I need your advice for the air filter to use on a Taida 232cc 4v engine.

For information :
I use a PWK OKO 30mm carburetor;
I just installed a new exhaust;
All I have to do is buy an air filter and start the carburetor adjustment.

While searching on the internet, I found on this kit which seems to me easy to install:

 

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Link : https://www.ebay.com/itm/Scooter-GY6-150cc-High-Quality-NCY-Intake-Tube-Uni-Pod-Filter-/172592188625
 

But I need your advice:

Does the air filter delivered with the kit (UNI UP-4245 CLAMP-ON "POD") can allow the Taida 232cc 4v engine to provide all these performances?

If not, what are you proposing?

If necessary, here is the web page of UNI which informs about the filter above and the filters that you can advise me : https://unifilter.com/online-catalog/clamp-on-air-filters/

Thank you in advance.

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I use a Uni filter and they are great. Just check your diameters for fitment.  Check to see if the outer diameter of the carb will fit the inner diameter of your filter.  

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Ahh the Horsepower Killing NCY Intake tube.

I think mine is still in the ditch out front if ya want it, I couldn't throw it any farther..

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Ahh the Horsepower Killing NCY Intake tube.

I think mine is still in the ditch out front if ya want it, I couldn't throw it any farther..

:cool:

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Hi everybody,
I have a K&N RC-9080 filter at home; I bought it a few months ago but I have not used it yet. It is a little big but I managed to install it on the engine.

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Performance improved immediately (acceleration and top speed (74mph)). I must refine the settings of the carburetor. I am thinking of using an oxygen sensor to do it.

Remember to apply filter oil before using it if you plan to do the same.

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