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Old 03-13-2009, 02:17 AM   #1
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3" intake filter

I just need a 3 inch piping compatible NAME BRAND cone filter for an intake.

Willing to pay 25 shipped for one in 70% or better condition.


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Old 03-13-2009, 10:54 AM   #2
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What do you mean by name brand? I have one that's brand new. It comes with a silicone coupler and I could throw in some worm gear clamps as well. PM me if you're interested.
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Old 03-13-2009, 05:01 PM   #3
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AEM, K&N, Fujitsu, ITG, Injen, a name brand quality filter, not a "spectre" or something from autozone.
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Old 03-13-2009, 05:47 PM   #5
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Are you sure? ive researched and found mixed reviews on them on here, im on a budget but would never risk damage to save money. Do you run one?
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The tube makes no difference, as I'm sure You know, It's all about the filter. And You can buy a K&N filter at Autozone, or similar. Good luck paying less than $50 for a quality cone, though. You can't expect to want high performance, but not be willing to pay for it...
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Call me ignorant, but is there really that big of a difference between a "name brand" and an Autozone filter? I wouldn't think the power difference between the two would be noticeable on our cars.
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Broke life! Im on a mission to find one for that price, I know its possible! There is indeed a difference, the life is shorter, filtration is not as high, and air flow is not as high. All you have to do is look close up for a few seconds at a genero and a name brand to notice the difference in the filtering material quality.
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Broke life! Im on a mission to find one for that price, I know its possible! There is indeed a difference, the life is shorter, filtration is not as high, and air flow is not as high. All you have to do is look close up for a few seconds at a genero and a name brand to notice the difference in the filtering material quality.
But what I'm saying is, the hp gain between the two with engines of our displacement seems like it would be so minimal that it really wouldn't matter.
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