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Old 02-20-2017, 11:52 PM   #1
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Being low mount like Boosted Performance my filter gets a bit toasty.. Anyone used something like this




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Totally unique, the entire filtration element is made from a fine stainless steel T-304 mesh (200 micron mesh and 150 micron crown). This mesh means the filter will never wear out, and have substantially less restriction than any other filter available today. Another feature is the super fine pattern of the mesh. This straightens the airflow and dramatically reduces aerodynamic turbulence."


And then use a K&N dry charger over the top. That way if it does get burnt (dry charger) then the filter should still stand up ok ?
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Being low mount like Boosted Performance my filter gets a bit toasty.. Anyone used something like this




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Totally unique, the entire filtration element is made from a fine stainless steel T-304 mesh (200 micron mesh and 150 micron crown). This mesh means the filter will never wear out, and have substantially less restriction than any other filter available today. Another feature is the super fine pattern of the mesh. This straightens the airflow and dramatically reduces aerodynamic turbulence."


And then use a K&N dry charger over the top. That way if it does get burnt (dry charger) then the filter should still stand up ok ?
"Another feature is the super fine pattern of the mesh. This straightens the airflow and dramatically reduces aerodynamic turbulence." Bullsh!t
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"Another feature is the super fine pattern of the mesh. This straightens the airflow and dramatically reduces aerodynamic turbulence." Bullsh!t
That may be but will it be a bad idea for low mount due to filtration not being as good ?
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A factory paper air filter/airbox will provide the best filtration, but that's rarely an option with a custom FI setup. Stainless better than cloth - I have no idea. Seems like the cloth might hold the filter oil better, so it might grab grit better for a while.
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