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Which K&N Pod filter for standard EF air box 


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Posted: Thu Mar 17, 2005 12:03 am 
Getting Side Ways

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specterum wrote:
No hassles as long as you only have one. if you have 2 air intakes that when you get problems with the men in blue.

since when did the cops follow the law to the letter? fi they see something they arent happy with on a car with a younger driver (especially P platers) the'll defect it just for the hell of it




Posted: Thu Mar 17, 2005 12:27 am 
Getting Side Ways
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Daniel: I wasn't really having a go at anyone, I just wanted to know why they chose it. There must be a reason why some went the pod and others went the panel????? My beliefs would be more for cost reasons over performance, but someone tell me differently. (I know open pod in engine bay is worse than closed panel, i'm talking enclosed.)

Personally i'm with the enclosed pod for greater surface area but obviously i'm part of a minority.



BA Falcon Futura on EGas. Stock as...

EF 5 speed manual; PH 4480 Pacemaker Headers; 2 1/2" Lukey Mandrel Bent System; Hi Flow Walker Cat; Stage 3 Crow Cam; ChipTorque Chip; 3" Mandrel Bent Intake; K&N Pod Filter; Low Pedders Suspension; 17" EL GT Champagne Rims; RPM Series Clutch

Posted: Thu Mar 17, 2005 4:58 pm 
Tyre Shredder

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I have pod filter set up with finer filter and no airbox. It has nice stainless pipe work - about 30cm going to standard intake pipe.
I would trade this for a standard ef airbox with k&n or other good filter.
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