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weber air filter needed

I need an air filter for my weber dgav 32/36. It's aprox. 4-1/2 by 6 by 2-1/4.

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Re: weber air filter needed

Most of the time you just need to wash them in a bucket with some mild detergent and allow to air dry . Do not use compressed air as it will seperate the fibers and allow dirt to get through . Some K&N filter oil will finish the job . Otherwise.....here ya go .
http://www.jameng.com/prices/
http://www.redlineweber.com/
http://www.jtoutfitters.com/
http://www.roadlessgear.com/
http://www.petroworks.com/
http://www.piercemanifolds.com/products.htm
http://www.autoperformanceengineering.com/ -Walbro Fuel Pumps distributor!!
http://ramflo.netfirms.com/ - Ramflo air filters , the ultimate for Weber performance . Bad part is , you have to order them from this guy:
http://www.bmw2002faq.com/store/ramflo_weber.html
http://www.racetep.com/weber.html > one of my fav's....

If you have a Weber , you should take time to visit and mark these sites . Due to the strike at the plant in Spain , parts are getting hard to acquire and dealers are starting to run out of stuff . I am one of the only shops that currently has the elusive throttle shaft seal sets for the 38DGAS carbs as well as DGV series . BTW, Ramflo filters will outlast and outflow any design currently available from anyone else . Plus, just one large wire bail holds even the huge 1000cfm filter element together , much easier access than the stupid clips from Refline ....lol .
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Re: weber air filter needed -- I guess not!

Thanks sarge for the info!

I put some antibacterial hand soap and squirted a bit into a 5-quart ice cream bucket, shook vigorously, swished the filter around even more, rinsed it and dried it overnight.

The diference in performance during the drive to work this morning was like night and day! (excluding the increased ambient light levels caused by the changeover from DST to CST) [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

Thanks!

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