GREEN Filters!

PenguinLTZ

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That thing is almost transparent! No wonder it "flows" better in that test. I am not a fan of any cotton filter, but I would definitely avoid that one.
 

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The only place a washable filter would work well is a cabin filter. Not like you need to keep out the serious tiny stuff, just the big leaves and such. :lol:
 

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I'm a believer and user.

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Modified K&N 57-3070 intake lined with foil like the hibuck CAI's.
And the Green filter element. With the lid to keep the heat away.

Don't like it?
I don't care.
 
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Modified K&N 57-3070 intake lined with foil like the hibuck CAI's.
And the Green filter element. With the lid to keep the heat away.

Don't like it?
I don't care.

We were talkin' smack on the diesel side. I just changed my S&B element, and it weighed 7 pounds :) I am still amazed hom much air these things consume
 

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