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Old 05-04-2010, 03:55 PM
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Filter Question

my buddy has 95 7.5L with the 460 in it and he wants to know instead of buying the KnN setup for 300 freaken dollars is there any way he can buy the filter that has the same double hold filter from somewhere else? im not sure what that filter is called but i can only find is that KnN sells them thats it

i looked on fleet filter but im not sure what the name of the filter is to look for or the part number.

sorry for no pic of the filter but it has two holes in it anyone know what im talkin about?

or maybe he can put two filter on em lol

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my buddy has 95 7.5L with the 460 in it and he wants to know instead of buying the KnN setup for 300 freaken dollars is there any way he can buy the filter that has the same double hold filter from somewhere else? im not sure what that filter is called but i can only find is that KnN sells them thats it

i looked on fleet filter but im not sure what the name of the filter is to look for or the part number.

sorry for no pic of the filter but it has two holes in it anyone know what im talkin about?

or maybe he can put two filter on em lol
it looks like this
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i would go double clamp ons if it where me
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i would go double clamp ons if it where me
so your sayin sayin two filters? sounds like a good idea prob cheaper too
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What is he building with that thing?

Since when did N/A motors need dual filters?
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What is he building with that thing?

Since when did N/A motors need dual filters?
there stock i guess with two intake tubes that go to his box filter currently
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