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Old 04-30-2004, 12:20 AM   #1
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Default K&N Cone Filter #RC-3250

I've got a K&N cone filter that I am not using at the moment and was wondering if it would work well with my '01 SSEi???

It is an RC-3250. It has a 3" outlet and is 6" long 4-5/8" at the end and 5-something at the base. How would this filter do with the */C 3800. Is it large enough?

Also, those of you that have extended warranties... Is there anything that I should know before I go moddin' my bonnie??? Please help me out!

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you need a pipe to put that filter on. Cheapest option is to go to autozone and pick up the one for the honda, and get a rubber hose connector from a home improvement store. You will have to check your warranty to see if you can do it.
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Yeah, the pipe is obvious. I am just wondering if I should sell this one and get a larger one. I'll pose the question on the warranty in the 2000+ section.
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Yea, that size should be fine. I really dont see why not.
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By law it can't affect your warranty. If the setup you put on causes problems, then it'* not covered.
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take a look at 2000 SilverBullets intake
its clean and simple. works too !!
your filter is big enoogh.
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