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Old 05-31-2006, 01:23 PM   #11
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no i have not bought the filter yet but that k+n # helps alot thanks wilwren for the advise you always have an answer for anyone who needs help. thanks everyone else. Is k+n the best bet or not ????????
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The RX4750 is preferred by many. They were originally designed for the Xterra. I tested one in our application (before they were released for retail sale) because the dimension fit perfectly with the space I had available in the S1 L67 engine bay. It has a hole in the filter already for the IAT, but you'll have to enlarge it.

We probably have 2 dozen cars on the Forum running this filter now. If you click on the picture in my signature, you'll find some underhood pics showing the filter.
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BTW.. AJUSA.com is usually the best price and has free shipping frequently.
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BTW.. AJUSA.com is usually the best price and has free shipping frequently.
AWWWW,come on Bill.....................where'* the link????????

Here it is...........

K&N RX-4750 at AJUSA.com
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ya, don't pay over $50.00 for that filter... thats the cheapest iwas able to find it for. ALSO, if you buy the rice pipe from autozone it has a hole in it (pluged with rubber upon purchase) that you can use for your sensor. no drilling or enlarging required.
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That'* kindof conflicting information, Darrel. If you buy the RX4750, which has an IAT hole, why on earth would you use the hole in the rice pipe for your IAT?
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That'* kindof conflicting information, Darrel. If you buy the RX4750, which has an IAT hole, why on earth would you use the hole in the rice pipe for your IAT?
ya, i know... lack of time (and proper tools) to extend the wires to reach the filter... and i haven't enlarged the hole yet. its on my to-do list real soon. just thought that the hole in the pipe might be usefull information.
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