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    How and why is a power filter kit better

    I'm been up and down trying to understand why a power filter kit is better when it sets so close to the engine. Wouldn't the air up front be cooler


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    Power Filter, as far as I'm aware, is only for suspension skis where there's no room to pass a Kanaflex through to the front cooler air. (Suspension tower in the way).

    My Power Filter draws air (some) from two holes I have right next to it through engine cover (only cause I never get water up there, I'm too old, grey and wrinkley to ride like that)!!

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    This is all I have used for 3 years but I have my seat cowel drilled with frog skinz I see more gains using this than I did using a front air

    ive used full front air and rear air scoop and this one takes the win for me.

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    To funny old feller,lol, and that is to cool greenbullet, I have a power filter on my 2008 rxp-x. But am on too minds, to put one on my 2004 rxp

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    4" kanaflex routed up under steering pointed up and secured right in the area of the hull openings with or without a filter your choice........best u can get if u r a SPLASHER ILO rear air in most cases.......BET!!!!!!

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    I thought the kanaflex hose was only 3 feet

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    ive tested a few rear air setups and kanaflex routed up front under the hood... the rear air or like my style i use is the best way all around... like reid said if your a splasher a rear air routed outside isnt for you so either like i have on my ski or kanaflex routed up front ..

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    Hey greenbullet what size pipe is that? and how long is it? im thinking about changing my setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruger226 View Post
    Hey greenbullet what size pipe is that? and how long is it? im thinking about changing my setup.
    4 inch pipe and k&n cone. Flows my 140 very well

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    This is all I have used for 3 years but I have my seat cowel drilled with frog skinz I see more gains using this than I did using a front air

    ive used full front air and rear air scoop and this one takes the win for me.
    I had this setup on my rxpx 260 and the intake temp was getting to hot and pulling timing. I also have holes cut and drilled and a fizzle intercooler didn't matter still to hot back there might I add I also have open loop cooling

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