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Tii Air Filter

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Just saw the post re Ram Flo vs. K&N for a 2002. What is the consenus about the best air filter for a Tii.

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INSIDE THE STOCK tii AIRCAN .

I DON'T THINK A RAMFLO WILL FIT IN THE STOCK CAN .

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a good idea in the stock canister. I didn't realize they made filters to fit the sanister though.

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The intake on your tii was painstakingly and specificly

desinged for the car, including the air canister that houses the filters. For example, the two long snouts that take in the air are located at two of the coolest temp points in the engine bay. Running k&ns therefore will mess up the air fuel mix to some degree... those boys that designed your car were not playin around.

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Are thes filters readily available? Where?

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URL: http://www.roadfly.com/bmw/gallery/picture.php?path=5643,1;*search:duck*whereSearch:All,1;

I HAVE A PAIR OF K&N's IN A 2000cs AIRBOX .

THEY HAVE METAL TOPS ON THEM .

I DIDN'T GET THEM FOR ANY IDEAS OF IMPROOVED

PERFORMANCE SO MUCH AS THEY CAN BE CLEANED & REUSED .

I DON'T HAVE TO KEEP A SUPPLY OF FILTERS ON HAND .

I THINK I GOT THEM FROM GREENFIELD BMW THAT ADVERTISED

IN THE ROUNDEL .

PLEASE NOTE THE SNORKEL FREE NOSE . THIS IS/WAS A tii .

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