Newton Air Cleaner

If motorcycles would have existed during the 17th century, Sir Isaac Newton, probably the greatest genius who ever lived, would never have had any difficulty to figure out all calculations, of course without a CAD program, to machine this total 3D Air Cleaner. “Motus Calculus”!

Made by Italian parts designer Rebuffini Cycles, well known for his high end line of radical parts, this Newton air cleaner was produced using the latest three dimensional technology.

Already installed on some of the most high end custom motorcycles in Europe, the Newton air cleaner would have had already invaded the US custom scene if it was not for the poor value of the dollar against the euro making it, let’s say, very exclusive. Sold with complete hardware kit to fit Twin Cam 00-up, Big Twin 90-92 , XL 88-90, Big Twin 93-99, XL 91-UP, XL 07-UP, FLH 08-up. In polish, chrome or black anodizing. Filter included. Prices starting in polish finish at $707 + shipping from Italy + customs duties. Rebuffini Cycles

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5 Responses to “Newton Air Cleaner”


  1. 1 Boss Hawg Jun 26th, 2011 at 8:50 am

    Stellar products garner higher ROI. Love the look and love the flow lines.

    Nothing Rebuffini does is short of being a great design and a great product. I am sure there are those that have, in my not so humble opinion, somewhat copied their swingarms (posted the link in a previous article here) that are more than likely already looking at the Newton Air Cleaner and tugging on their down-under beard…just saying my opinion.

    Boss Hawg

  2. 2 Boomer Jun 26th, 2011 at 9:41 am

    Looks like it would follow the lines of the tank nicely as a well.

  3. 3 Wikked Steel Jun 26th, 2011 at 12:05 pm

    Beautiful!

  4. 4 Todd8080 Jun 27th, 2011 at 2:06 am

    Yikes, seven hundred bucks! Is it a coincidence that Rebuffini is an anagram for “Fine if RUB”?

  5. 5 Cyril Huze Jun 27th, 2011 at 5:47 am

    Todd8080. To be objective, readers have to know that the US dollar has lost 50% of its value against the Euro since year 2000. It explains why Rebuffini prices look so high when translated from Euros to US dollars. At the opposite US parts are now very cheap for european buyers. But only because of the current exchange rate.

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