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Two years ago we set on a quest to develop the best air filter on the market. After several medias and independent testing we realized a combination of medias that met or surpassed the best the industry has to offer.  Not only did we have the goal of offering the best filter on the market, we wanted it to be serviceable.

 Having an extensive background in industrial facilities and manufacturing allowed us to think out of the box when it came to developing our filter.  Severe duty filtration is nothing new in the manufacturing sector, protecting tight tolerance equipment such as turbine generators, compressors and alike is key to the longevity and extended service life.  Knowing the investment that many make in their UTV's and the severe conditions that can be encountered, we wanted our customers to have the same protection that is afforded to high end industrial equipment. 

 While other companies concentrate on getting better flow numbers we concentrated our efforts on all out filtration! Please be cautious if a company states that their filter flows better than brand X. High flow comes at a cost, and typically equates to less filtration.  If you're trying to shave a 1/10th of a second of your drag strip run then a high flow filter might be for you. If you are looking for a filter that provides superior filtration to protect your investment, then we would like you to consider our Severe Duty Desertcraft filter.   

The Desertcraft filter is a dual component dry filter element that needs no special cleaners or oils. For a quick service excess dirt can be tapped off, and compressed air can be used from the inside out to further remove debris. For a deep clean, the element can be rinsed from the inside out with a garden hose, once its soaked simply spray a diluted solution of dish soap or Simple Green on the pleats and let soak a few minutes. Final rinse from the inside out and let dry completely before use.

Key Features......

ü  Industry leading combination of filter medias for superior filtration

ü  Dry element that can be serviced and needs no special cleaners or oils

ü  Stainless Steel exterior wire mesh support for a durable finish and unmatched   strength  (Most companies use no support or flat stamped steel with a painted finish)

ü  Internal fine wire mesh maintaining total integrity of the media layup             (Went the extra step here)

ü  Only filter on the market that has a studded end and mounting bracket for a bullet proof / fail safe installation.   (Brackets available as an option)

 http://desertcraft-us.3dcartstores.com/RZR-XP1000XPTTurbo-S-Air-Filter_p_101.html 

 

Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions. 

900S, Trail , XC, 1000S, ACE, General below

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XP1000, XPT, Turbo S w/bracket - below

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At $99.00 dollars for the filter and $10.00 for the bracket, shipping and handling, plus tax, seems like a nice filter.

How does the bracket attach to the air box and why wouldn't that be included with the product if the manf. thought it might be needed, in addition can one use the filter without the bracket and still feel safe it will stay attached?

Plus do you have any photos of the bracket standing alone, how it attaches to the filter and how it attaches to the air box?  If holes need to be drilled into a stock air box, one with a 6 year warranty might be concerned about a dealership raising issue to the hole let alone an aftermarket air filter.  Whenever a vehicle of mine goes in for anything that might become warranty work they always have the oem super clean (new) air filter and oem oil filter.  Cheap insurance for dealing with picky warranty F-ers. 

Edited by stonehenge

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Do you have anything for the Can Am Maverick X3?

 

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As we like the bracket for extra security we had feedback than many were  running the filter without the bracket and not having any issues.  Also as you mentioned some do not like to drill a hole in the Air box in case they have to take their vehicle in for warranty work.    I don't have a photo of the bracket but it is an L shaped bracket that attached to the stud at the end of the filter.  I think that you can get the idea as to how it mounts.  

Let us know if there is anything else you need 

 

Have a good day

 

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4 minutes ago, Sand Shark said:

Do you have anything for the Can Am Maverick X3?

 

Working on it.  Hopefully we should have those within the next month.  We will post here once we have them in inventory

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Are you making anything else or just for the sxs market?

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We are only making filters for the side by side market at this time.  Looks like a bit of an issue with that R2C filter.    As we have worked with R2C in the past we are not longer working with them.  We have developed the Desertcraft filter with our unique media . 

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Severe duty filter.  Serviceable and no oils needed - Available for the  XP1000, XPT, Turbo S ............we are working on a filter for the Can Am  too

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Thank you for all your orders.  Use spring2019 at check out and receive 15% off your order.  

http://desertcraft-us.3dcartstores.com/

this is the link to our store

 

 

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Had one on my 1000.  Worked great....

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Thanks for the support

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Time for a new filter for your RZR...?  ours filters better than all the others on the market  

Filtration  at  250cfm flow rate

Desertcraft
Micron range/ Fractional efficiency %
.3 to .5 - 89.6%
.7 to 1.0- 99.6%
3 to 5- 100%

Competitor R (Cleanable)
.3 to .5- 71.6%
.7 to 1.0- 95.4%
3 to 5- 99.8%

Competitor S (Cleanable)
.3 to .5- 10.8%
.7 to 1.0- 30.8%
3 to 5- 91.1%

Competitor D (Non cleanable, Disposable)
.3 to .5- 75.6%
.7 to 1.0- 94.8%
3 to 5- 99.9%

Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions about any of our products

 

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Oh man, dry filters have been tried on here before.........  Not the best reviews.

At least not for sandrails.

I wish you luck!!!!!

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Thank you.  Understand that depending on the filter there can be issues.  We have done extensive testing on our filter media to ensure that we are achieving the highest level of filtration with the appropriate air flow to protect the engine.  Currently we are only offering filters for the RZR XP1000, Turbo, Turbo S, RZR 900S, 900Trail, 900XC, 1000S, General, ACE 900. 

 

We appreciate the feedback - 

Have a good weekend

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1 hour ago, lincster said:

Oh man, dry filters have been tried on here before.........  Not the best reviews.

At least not for sandrails.

I wish you luck!!!!!

The dry filters kick ass on a SXS.  My X-3 uses a Donaldson filter and so does the Polaris XP and Turbo.   Had over 5500 miles on my XP with no issues and currently around 3800 miles on my X3 with no issues.   

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Glad to hear the good results. 

 

Let us us know if u expand into the sand rail world. 

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5 hours ago, DMCMARK said:



Competitor S (Cleanable)
.3 to .5- 10.8%
.7 to 1.0- 30.8%
3 to 5- 91.1%


 

What pile of sh!t is this?

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On 5/23/2019 at 7:46 PM, Kraut_n_Rice said:

What pile of sh!t is this?

We were pretty surprised with the results when we received the testing results.  I'm sure that you can assume who the manufacturer is.   I would recommend that anyone running their filter check their intakes. 

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