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Air Filter - which set-up works best??

What type of air filter setup works best? [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/wink.gif[/img] I did a search and did not really come to any conclusion.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/frown.gif[/img] I will be putting on a pony soon if that make a difference.

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Re: Air Filter - which set-up works best??

I assume most of you have an air filter set up[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/wink.gif[/img] What seems to be working for you?
I've read the stock set up best for water/mud protection (w/exception of snorkel). I heard the K&N is not worth the money vs the min gain. What about the 4" round I've seen around.

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From what I hear teh best way to go is snorkle because it makes a type of ram air. Personally I have a k&N charger and that rocks, I don't know if you could run both I'm sure you can some how. now that would just kick a$$


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Re: Air Filter - which set-up works best??

i have a k&n with snorkel yes k&n is little high but i think you answered your own question ANY ANY gain on a 1.3 or a 1.6 is wourth paying for !

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Re: Air Filter - which set-up works best??

In the winter I run a K&N filter in the stock air box with hot air hook-up. In the summer I run a K&N in a drilled out stock air box. I used to run a homemade cold air ram with a canning funnel and flex tube hooked up the the stock air box where the hot air hose would normally go. That seemed to work best. Slight increase in power and gas mileage with the canning funnel.

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Re: Air Filter - which set-up works best??

kind of like farther in winter i run a stock airbox setup
with a weber set up basicly like a k600--in warm weather i
run a k&n type high/pro filter set up with a k601 weber
type set-up. but other than more power in warm weather i like the stock air box best. keep the filter clean and oiled
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Re: Air Filter - which set-up works best??

I have Zukisouth's Mega-Flow. Definate throttle response gain. Jim

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