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Quick question bout my air filter. Replacing mine for the first time today and it has a foam piece on the bottom should i clean the foam out and attach to the new filter? Or can I just throw it away? Also if I need to attach it to the new filter, what is the best adhesive to use?
 

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So has no one heard of this or what?
 

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i don't have a foam piece in my airbox..my brothers truck doesnt either..so i wouldnt worry about it..you can probably just pitch it
 

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yea some of the stock filters have a piece of foam thats supposted to help filter and quiet the turbo noise..... Tear that thing off
 

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This thread is a couple weeks old but; Moparman thanks for your write-ups firstoff and second, what kinda of gains do BHAF filters give? Quicker spool-up? HP? Torque?

Tyler
 

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CumminsTorq said:
This thread is a couple weeks old but; Moparman thanks for your write-ups firstoff and second, what kinda of gains do BHAF filters give? Quicker spool-up? HP? Torque?

Tyler
1. Long Life Filter requires no cleaning (60K+ miles 4 years)
2. Last Dyno Run was 228/463 stock and 381/826 Edge Comp 5x5
3. Rather quick spool up...

Here is my dyno sheet and fuel records...
http://mopar.mopar1973man.com/2002 Dodge/2002 CTD.htm

(Check BOMB's too!) :evil:
 
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