UniFilter’s New Air Filter Program

3 years ago | Words: Andy Wigan

Long-standing leaders in air filtration, UniFilter Australia, has just announced an all-new subscription program that bundles 12 months worth of air filter supply and maintenance; an initiative designed for anyone who wants to make the sticky and irksome task of air filter cleaning and oiling a thing of the past.
“No one really wants to clean and re-oil air filters,” explains UniFilter’s Myles Gooch. “It’s one of those incredibly necessary, but horrible, tasks involved in owning a dirt bike. So, to improve our customers’ experience, we’ve joined forces with Ficeda Accessories and introduced UniFilter’s Club and Pro Pack products. You simply purchase the pack that best suits your needs. We’ll supply you with pre-oiled air filters, along with a return postbag. You send us your dirty filters, and we’ll send your filters back – cleaned and re-oiled – and another postbag. It’s a service that lets everyday riders and racers have the same experience as UniFilter-supported factory race teams, such as CDR Yamaha, DPH Husqvarna and Yamalube Yamaha. No more filter cleaning, no more filter oiling!,” Gooch went on to say.

You can choose between UniFilter’s ProComp2 or O2Rush air filters. The Pro Packs contains 10 air filters, while the Club Packs contain five. Servicing for the Pro and Club Pack expires 12 months after purchase, and (so long as the product is not misused) UniFilter will replace any filter that they deem no longer suitable for use during the 12-month subscription period.
ProComp2 and O2Rush Club and Pro Packs are available for most new-model dirt bikes, from 2008 onwards. They’re available from all good motorcycle stores from April, details as follows:

QTY: 10 x ProComp2 // RRP: $499.95

QTY: 10 x O2Rush // RRP: $389.95

QTY: 5 x ProComp2 // RRP: $279.95

QTY: 5 x O2Rush // RRP: $209.95

Head to www.uniflow.com.au for more information.


Since 1976, UniFilter Australia has been developing air filters in Australia, for Australian conditions. They’ve built a range of air filters that covers more than 7000 fitments, and are available for cars, SUVs, 4x4s, motorcycles, ATVs, trucks, performance, universal and industrial applications. Their development programs and leading-edge CNC manufacturing techniques are second to none, while the company’s drive to develop products that not only work, but also improve customers’ experience, is never-ending.

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