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Old 01-18-2001, 05:56 PM
screedchan screedchan is offline
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For what it is worth, their ad copy states that not only is flow increased, but the filter "straightens" the air flow so that it is not as turbulent. I believe that it is this straightening effect which makes the K&N "flow" better than no filter at all. Assuming there is some validity to this straightening effect, that may be where a few HP lie even when the air flow capacity of the intake exceeds the needs of the engine.
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