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Filter cross referencing

Hey guys,

So I have been reading a lot about some different bypass setups. Before I read about it though, I bought a kit(I've been doing that a lot lately). It is a Baldwin head to a B164 filter. I understand from reading that the B164's filtering properties are less than adequate for what I will call a long-term bypass setup.

Does anyone know what kind of filters cross reference to the B164. Or better yet, how do I cross reference filters?


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The Baldwin filters website has a good cross reference function for most of their filters. That’s where I got all the numbers for all the different filters that will work with the DIY air intake.

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