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    06 VX110 filter location

    I can't find a thread about this.
    I want to inspect the air filter on the 06 VX110 sport I just bought.
    Where is it located?

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    Re: 06 VX110 filter location

    Its inside the black airbox. Right in front of the engine with 2 rubber tubes. Disconnect the one leading to the throttle body and just pull the short one off all together. Then remove zip tie holding fuel hose and wiring. Then 6 phillips screws to pull off lid.
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    Re: 06 VX110 filter location

    Thanks I'll try that.

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    Re: 06 VX110 filter location

    Not bad for a 10 year old

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    Re: 06 VX110 filter location

    Dont replace it.

    You dont ride in dirt & sand & is a huge source of restriction once it gets wet. Throw it in the garbage & run without it.

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