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Old 05-17-2004, 04:29 PM   #21
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Mine hit the mail today....got it for a great price too

Thanks Twister
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No problem. It was just taking up space anyways. I still got two cone filters lying around the house from the different stages of my open air intake.
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what kinda cone are they?
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what kinda cone are they?
You know the kind you buy at AutoZone, usually located right next to the rice pipe? That size and shape.
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what kinda cone are they?
You know the kind you buy at AutoZone, usually located right next to the rice pipe? That size and shape.
lmao !!! There'* so many of them..
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Sorry, my Autozone sucks ***. they only got one kind of cone filter there. They are the APC (American Product Company) Around 5 inches in length and 4-5 inches in width near the base.
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they look like a K&N, I almost bought one but I wasnt sure if it could be oiled.
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