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    Arrow VX110, running air filter on throttle body?

    I ran across this
    http://ad-discountperformance.com/in...ducts_id=93312

    Would that be any better running it like that off the t/b or should I replace it with

    http://ad-discountperformance.com/in...ducts_id=77904

    They are both the same price as getting an OEM filter from yamaha.


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    The round filter that bolts directly to the TB will offer much more air flow over very restrictive oem box with a up graded filter. The only down side to the round filter is there is a greater chance of getting water in your motor. If your hull normaly stays dry and you don't ride in conditions where you usualy get a lot of water inside the hull I would go with the round TB filter. Tommy Jordan

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    Thank you for your reply. My hull is always dry since the ski is usually just used for cruising the local waterways. I appreciate it

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