Brock’s Performance has announced that it has secured distribution rights for Sprint Filter products. The 62-year-old, Milan, Italy-based company designs and manufactures high-performance air filters and intake systems for 150 bikes —everything from Japanese sportbikes to Harley-Davidson’s American iron.
Sprint Filter air filters helped capture the 2013 FIM Moto3 and World Supersport championships, as well as two other world titles since 2010. Currently, they’re found in the airboxes of many top Grand Prix machines, World Superbikes and World Supersport racers.
Built from a unique, polyester fabric made with 5-micron threads, Sprint Filter products trap airflow-reducing dust and debris particles down to 0.08 millimeters. With optimized shapes and higher fins, they have more surface area than the cotton-elemented competition. This technology results in air filters that offer better filtration, greater air volume and more consistent flow, according to Brock’s Performance. The latest addition to Sprint Filter’s streetbike lineup are revolutionary, patented, waterproof air filters for stock and modified Harleys.