When we did not know better---
--we all road bikes without filters to the carbs. Well that is how Brit & European bikes came.
We had to replace rings constantly, rebores were basically once a yr, & big-ends were gone at 5 to 10 thou miles.
Mind you this was in late 40s to 60s. So in that time we sucked in all the road crap, dust, gravel dust, etc. So life of a bike was short.
Natch the 2-strokes were the ones to wear out the fastest, but in those days a lage capacity 2-stroke was almost nil, bar a Scott 500/600cc liquid cooled twin.
Mind you the early filters were a bit of a joke & often only two deep mesh sceens to stop the rocks from coming in.
Up to you, but thought I would mention the above for at the time 3 of us owned/ran a m/c shop here in Cdn.
Bike looks good though.