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Ramair Carb Air Filters For Weber 45S?


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Has anyone used these Ramair filters on their Weber 45s? The K&N filters cut the airflow down so much on my 45s I need to find a replacement. I was going to put horns with filters on but they have gotten so expensive in the past few years.

I found this Ramair filter on eBay that have a backing plate for the 45s. Has anyone tried these or any Ramair filters? How is the airflow and how much dirt do you think they block out? My 02 is a daily driver so I really need a filter that works good.

Thanks,

Chad

Here is the eBay link.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/271145655300

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I'm just about to pull the trigger and buy the filters without the backing plates;

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-x-RAMAIR-Carb-Sock-Air-Filters-Mini-A-Series-Weber-45-DCOE-/271181117697?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item3f23a77901&vxp=mtr

 

 Agree the screen filters are just too expensive for what you actually get, plus the foam will help with clearance issues, not to mention the price is right! Also, you can use various length velocity stacks with the foam which are critical for proper dcoe operation. I've never understood how people get dcoe's to run right with those K&N filters.

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I'm just about to pull the trigger and buy the filters without the backing plates;

http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-x-RAMAIR-Carb-Sock-Air-Filters-Mini-A-Series-Weber-45-DCOE-/271181117697?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item3f23a77901&vxp=mtr

Agree the screen filters are just too expensive for what you actually get, plus the foam will help with clearance issues, not to mention the price is right! Also, you can use various length velocity stacks with the foam which are critical for proper dcoe operation. I've never understood how people get dcoe's to run right with those K&N filters.

Bob check out this site I just found the filters for less

http://majesticworks4u.ecrater.com/p/14225701/dellorto-45-48-dhla-weber-dcoe-air#

I just can not bring myself to spend around $30 and up per horn then buy the air filters. About 13 years ago I was into VWs and you could buy them for about $17 a horn for ones that were not too fancy.

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