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Re: Air Filters (archive)

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Posted by Mark on March 12, 2000 at 21:05:55:

In Reply to: Air Filters posted by Raffi on March 10, 2000 at 21:15:47:

I use the oval K&N assembly. If you are not familiar with the K&N's, they are reuseable. Check at local speed shops (they will probably have to order it) - price: about $40-45. Redline and Pipercross are names of other performance filters that I have seen for '02's with Weber comversions. Don't know about Redline, but I had a Pipercross and it self destructed, so I wouldn't recommend that one. As others have noted, you can also get the original setup with the adapter plate for the Weber carb. This isn't a bad idea if you live in California or another state where emissions inspectors are really anal as it hides the Weber from plain view.

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