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Re: K&N Filter



Hey Bryan,
  What differences did you feel when you did this with the K&N cone. I
have one for the mustang and was curious if I should bother with trying
it on the bird. 
  J,House
On Mon, 11 May 1998 18:51:35 -0600 (MDT) Bryan Berndt
<bryanb@montana.com> writes:
>On Mon, 11 May 1998, Chris Jardine wrote:
>
>> 
>> 
>> Can someone please tell me what the correct part # for the K&N cone 
>that
>> fits on the 2.3L turbo?  I should fit right on the VAF I am guessing 
>with
>> no mods needed...Thanks for your help,
>
>	I got a 7" cone filter to fit with some bending done to the
>bracket that holds the vane meter on.  Other than a couple of hours
>bending and grunting I got it in there. I should post a picture with 
>it
>someday!
>
>my $0.02
>
>
>
>Bryan Berndt                                            
>bryanb@montana.com
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>                       1988 ThunderBird Turbo Coupe
>                 "Get In, Sit Down, Shut Up, and Hang On!"
>
>

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