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    RXP SC inlet

    As far as getting a 4" filter on my SC, do I have to get that 4" adapter or can I just use a 3" to 4" 90 degree elbow? Is there any difference?


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    You can use either. Installing a 4" hose directly to the R&D adaptor would probably give better air flow as the radius on the 3" to 4" elbow is much smaller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    You can use either. Installing a 4" hose directly to the R&D adaptor would probably give better air flow as the radius on the 3" to 4" elbow is much smaller.
    That's what I needed to know. Thanks Jerry!

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