Product Information

DID Chains buying guide - India

We strongly recommend the X-Ring for most purposes:- Here is some info towards help you selecting your chain:- 

Compared with Normal O-Ring, X Ring has:- 

    • Half the Power Loss  
    • 1.5 to 2 Times Longer Wear Resistance

D.I.D’s PATENTED X-Ring construction reduces friction by twisting between the side plates instead of being squashed. Normal O-Rings and other makers’ modified O-Rings have squashed points that increase friction. The twisting action of the X-Ring disperses the pressure and minimizes power loss. X-Ring is a U.S.A. Registered Trademark of D.I.D; Daido Kogyo Co. Ltd. Japan

The X-Ring’s four contact points greatly increase its sealing performance. This keeps the dirt out and the lubrication in much better than any other O-Ring. X-Rings have the greatest wear resistance of any other type of O-Ring or Non-O-Ring chain.


MAX. 750 C.C.

Great Value X-RING
525VX MAX. 900 C.C. Great Value X-RING
530VX MAX. 1000 C.C. Great Value X-RING


D.I.D’s Super Street Series:- 

Designed with increased power transfer from the engine to the ground, greater resistance to stretching under load and overall improved performance that meets the demands of current large displacement street bikes and the people who ride them. D.I.D's ZVM-X chains are the strongest high mileage chains.

520ZVM-X MAX. 1200 C.C. Super Strong/High Mileage
525ZVM-X MAX. 1300 C.C. Super Strong/High Mileage
530ZVM-X MAX. 1400 C.C. Super Strong/High Mileage


Baja Designs Lighting and Technical Information

Lighting Patterns

Light Pattern Descriptions

For most lights by Baja Designs

Driving Combo:  Maximum trail coverage in a single light.  The Driving/Combo pattern is equipped with both Wide Driving (44°) and spot (6°) optics to provide you with a smooth blend of light for both near field applications and distance (Lighting Zone 3)
Wide Cornering: BD was the first to develop a pattern specifically for cornering, dust and/or fog conditions. The Wide Driving pattern offers a 44° flattened horizontal beam for the ultimate in comfort lighting. (Lighting Zones 1 & 2)
High Speed Spot: A longer and narrower 6° beam focus for illumination further down the trail or road.  The Spot pattern is designed to be used in conjunction with additional Wide Driving and/or Driving/Combo beam lights. (Lighting Zone 4 & 5)


Types of EBC Brakes available for Motorcycles, ATV, Enduro and more

Types of EBC Brakes available for Motorcycles, ATV, Enduro and more

DIfferent ranges of EBC Brake pads for your Motorcycle & ATVS.


EBC Organic Series:-

Road use replacement for OEM

High Quality OE organic replacement brake pads.These are  ECO friendly brake pad compounds that deliver fingertip stopping power. 

EBC Organic Series also as SFA Series for scooters 


EBC Semi-sintered™ V-Pads™ Touring Bike Pads

Road and Touring use only


Blended Semi-Sintered brake pad that combine the highest qualities of an organic brake pad with the endurance of a sintered equivalent brake pad.

  • Dyno tested and prove to be longer lasting than other cheap sintered aftermarket brake pads.
  • The Vee brake pad range are designed for the heavy cruiser/streetbike market as a replacement brake pad.
  • WIth the Nucap NRS hook retention system there is zero chance of brake pad de-bonding with corrosion or extended use. 
  • Silent and soft like Organic pads only with better braking.
  • Better braking and all weather use than Organic

EBC Brakes™ Semi-Sintered also available in

Limited Edition Chrome Backed VLD Pads are the same as EBC Brakes™ semi-sintered V-Pads™ but have polished chrome backing plates instead of orange backing plates.


EBC Double H Series:-

Superbike to Fast Street Use

Deliver high performance with ULTRA HIGH Double HH Fiction Levels. 

  • All weather conditions from dry or wet
  • High longevity 
  • We took out several other particles which our competitors still use which caused massive disc damage and created our launch material.
  • SB101C material with lowest BRAKE NOISE
  • Sintered copper alloy
  • ECE R 90 brake safety approved and TUV tested


EBC SFA HH Series also available

Suitable for Scooters


EBC EPFA Series:-

Fast Street  to Track Day use

A premium long life street pad with improved fade resistance and heat cycling and improved noise characteristics. For heavy streetbikes, cruisers and faster superbikes as well as intermittent track use.

The compound is based on the EBC Brakes™ top selling Double-H™ sintered material with extra friction stabilising additives for improved brake effect and heat cycling. Most of EPFA part numbers also feature double segment pad technology which reduces flexing of the backplate and gives better venting to the pad.

  • Longer life than  Double H
  • Better Heat cycle dissipation that  Double H
  • Lesser fading than Double H
  • ECE R 90 brake safety approved and TUV tested


EBC GPFAX Series: -

Race Only Brake Pads

Sintered Road Race brake pads are a closed circuit use pads and not for street/highway riding. THey have high friction levels that are for ideal track conditions with race tyres or slicks on prepared asphalt surfaces and NOT for use with highway tires or on the highway.

  • Zero Brake Fade
  • Friction Rating between 0.6-0.7
  • Friction rating chart here

This material is not ECE R 90 approved nor TUV tested with a German ABE and use on the highway is therefore illegal in many countries.


MXS Series Moto-X Race Pads

Racing ONLY Super sport and off road brake pad.

The motocross brake pad with a difference. Manufactured in the EBC USA plant incorporating a diamond ground finish of the long lasting sintered copper alloy material.

  • Includes new slider pin kits
  • Sintered Copper alloy that lasts long and give you the braking punch that you need
  • High durability and friction for off road use
  • NOT R 90 street legal or TÜV tested


EBC Sintered Pads R Series:- 

For off road ATVS and off road bikes


The “R” Series of heavy duty Sintered brakes ATV and moto-x pads have become an aftermarket standard offering high durability, high resistance to contamination by mud, water, sand and grit etc. offering reduced disc damage and long pad life are a very modern and interesting technology.

  • Medium to high friction pad
  • High lasting in all conditions of wet, mud water or sand.
  • Minimum rotor abrasion and will not damage your bikes brake rotors.
  • For even longer lasting pad with its SV Series Severe Duty range, shown on this page. 


EBC Carbon X or TT Series:-

For Off road & Endurance use:-

Carbon X or TT Brakes unique benefit of lower heat generation and transfer. When riding off road in fast dry conditions such a feature is a major benefit. 

Moto X or Enduro bike and is also used in ATV Sport riding. However we caution riders using these pads in ATV use especially on rear rotors as wear life may be shorter than sintered pads originally installed in the original unit build.

  • For Street Enduro use such as the “Paris-Dakar” and the likes 
  • R 90 approved 
  • work effectively when hot.
  • Will not outlast a sintered copper brake pads but way better heat dissipation
  • Carbon based pad such as the X or TT pad


EBC SFAC Series Carbon Scooter pads

For heavier, faster, large engined scooters


Scooters have evolved over the recent years with models up to 800CC capable of speeds up to 100 Km/hour demanding a rethink on standard scooter Brakes.

  • Carbon organic compound
  • TÜV and ECE R 90 approved
  • Extends lifetime over standard pads
  • 30% by weight soft copper powder included enhances life but means absolutely NO disc damage
  • Superb finger tip brake power and control
  • Longer lifetime than pure organics, ideal for scooter hire bikes and heavier machines.
  • ECO friendly with zero toxic ingredients.
  • Absolutely NO disc damage with these pads

FAQ's about Mr Funnel Flo Tool Fuel Filter

Safety Information

  • Fuel and its vapours are extremely flam mable. Fill fuel tank outdoors, away from open flames, sparks, heat, and other ignition sources.
  • Static electricity can ignite fuel and its vapours. Properly ground funnel, according to owners manual of the equipment you are refuelling. (Only black models are conductive and can be grounded)
  • Do not overfill tank. If fuel spills, wait until it evaporates before starting engine.
  • Some droplets of fuel may remain in funnel after use. Do not store funnel in plastic bag or other sealable container because that will prevent fuel from evaporating. Store funnel with same safety precautions as you would store any fuel.

General Information

  • Funnel is designed for use with most gasoline, diesel, heating oil, and kerosene fuels. Ideal for use with lawn equipment, agricultural equipment, watercraft, ATV, etc.
  • Test funnel before each use. Add water to funnel to cover bottom 1/3 of filter. Water should not pass through.
  • Fuel additives and stabilizers may allow water to pass through filter. Add additives directly to tank.
  • If fuel has been shaken (for example, in transport) let it rest several minutes before filtering; otherwise, water in fuel could pass through filter.
  • Do not attempt to remove filter from funnel. It is permanent.
  • Do not wipe out or clean funnel after use.

Instructions - 3 Easy Steps

  1. Insert funnel into item to be filled. Keep funnel level.
  2. Pour fuel into funnel but not directly onto filter.
  3. “Dump the sump.” Water and debris will collect in the sump, the area below the filter. Pour sump contents into separate approved container and treat as hazardous waste. Note: As water collects in bottom of funnel or if flow rate slows, stop refuelling and “dump the sump.” Funnel requires no cleaning.


Frequently Asked Questions 

Q. When do I need a conductive model?

A. To comply with aviation and marine regulations, your refuelling system needs to be grounded. Only conductive funnels should be used. The probability of a static fire is greater with gasoline but certainly possible with diesel. Also, the more fuel you pump, the more static is created by the fuel flowing across the surfaces getting into your tank. All Mr. Funnel models that are BLACK in body color are conductive. 

Q. What makes the funnel conductive?

A. Carbon is injected into the raw materials and makes it just conductive enough to bleed off static electricity as it is generated by the refueling process when it is properly bonded or grounded. 

Q. How do I clean the funnel?

A. You don't. Since the screen is coated with Teflon, nothing sticks to the screen. Just turn it upside down and tap it on the rim. If some particles remain just ignore them because they won't go through. No chemicals, no brushes, just leave it alone. 

Q. Can I buy a new replacement filter?

A. No. We once sold them but realized we were doing our customers a disservice. They don't wear out so if you bought one it would be lost long before you needed it. Also, if we did sell them, they represent the majority of the price of the whole unit so you might as well buy a new funnel.

Q. How will I know if I have contamination or not?

A. Just tilt the funnel to one side and you will be able to see water and dirt under the remaining fuel. If you are experiencing a large amount of water, stop frequently and empty out the water and resume refueling. It's that simple.


Q. What do I do with the stuff left in the sump at the bottom of the funnel after refuelling?

A. This technology requires the sump to help separate the contamination from the fuel so it can't be eliminated. You can pour it back into the gas can you were using or have a separate container to place it into. When the container gets full you can run it back through the funnel and you will never waste a drop of useable fuel.


Q. Can I get replacement parts?

A. No. The funnels are self-cleaning and no replacement parts are needed.


Q. How do I test it?

A. First of all, test the funnel with one cup of water in the medium funnel and two cups of water in the large funnel. If no water passes the screen, the screen is working properly. Although the screen can sometimes catch more water than this, it is not designed to. Water is almost 25% heavier than some fuel and this extra weight builds head pressure which can force the water through the screen. Empty the water as it collects to avoid problems.


Q. How often do I need to test the funnel?

A. If the funnel has not been in use for 30 days you should test it with a cup or two of water to be sure it was not damaged since your last use.


Q. Will the filter work on mixed fuel with 2-cycle oil in it?

A. Yes, but if your 2-cycle oil has a detergent base the detergents can break down molecules of water and some water might pass the screen. Usually only a drop or two but if you are concerned, filter the fuel a second time because unless the sump is full of water, it is not possible that any water passed the filter.


Q. What happens when I use alcohol or fuel additives?

A. Most additives absorb water so add them to your fuel tank and not to your fuel cans or they will bring water into the tank with them.


Q. Can I use the funnel on all fuels and do I need to clean it before I switch?

A. You can use the funnel on all fuels and since the surface doesn't absorb any fuel there is no need for cleaning.


Q. How long will the filter last?

A. Sorry, but we have no idea. Some units are over 10 years old and still being used on a weekly basis and work as well as the first day they were put into service.

 Q. What makes this funnel different from other funnels with screens in them?

A. First of all the filter is vertical and receives has no pressure on it in relation to a funnel with a horizontal screen. Horizontal screens are quick to clog and difficult to clean. Second, a Mr. Funnel Fuel Filter is Teflon coated and nothing sticks to Teflon, and the screen opening is small enough to repel the water.

Q. Which model do I need?

A. If you are transferring more than 5 gallons at a time the larger F8 model is recommended because it is easier to use and you will be less likely to spill any fuel. If you are transferring 1-5 gallons the F3 will be adequate, and for small uses like lawn mowers and small generators the small F1 is recommended. Its flow rate is fast and this model is small and can remain with the equipment you are refuelling.

Q. Won't using the funnel slow me down at the pump?

A. Yes. But you can use the funnel as a testing device if you are going to transfer a large quantity of fuel. If you are going to pump 150 gallons test the first 5 or 10 gallons and inspect the bottom of the funnel. If no water or contamination is visible in the funnel, pump directly into the tank and make another check at 50 gallons and 100 gallons. Usually if there is no contamination to begin with it means that the vendor is taking good care of his filters and you won't need the funnel. If, however, you find any contamination you are better to slow down and use the funnel for the whole refuelling process or go to another source.

Q. How do I use this for automotive or motor home use?

A. The downspout of the F-15 is the same size as 1" PVC pipe which can be added to reach any fuel tank. In line on/off valves can also be installed for more control. (If PVC pipe is used, a bonding wire should be attached from the funnel to the filler neck of the fuel tank to control static problems.) 

Q. What are the two tabs at the bottom of the large funnel for?

A. To stop the swirling of the fuel so it can go down the spout faster.

Q. Do I need a top for the funnel to protect it and keep it clean?

A. No. The screen is tough and difficult to damage and if some dirt happens to get into the funnel body don't worry, it won't go through.

Q. Do the funnels work at different temperatures?

A. The National Guard in Alaska has used them at 40 degrees below 0 with no problems at all. They are also very popular in Australia, Brazil, and Africa with much, much warmer temperatures.