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    Flo-Rite Filters

    Do Flo-Rite filters truly repel water, even with a vacumn, but let air through?


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    Yes they do..... They are great.

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    I just got mine not long ago still not installed need to get 2 more and i did a test under the foset and it actually works

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    I'm going to run 2 cold air intakes to my engines. Do I need to run a filter in line too???
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    Or can I just run straight from the flo-rites to the intake manifold

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    Yes Run A Filter, Dust Can Get Thru

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    Has anyone actually tried to run them with boost sucking the air through? I know when you put them under the foset, they will repel water. Then you can hold them to the foset and the water will go right through. I would think that suction would spread the tight knit filter material and allow water in.

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    Brendan (BDNJ) has them all over his RXP. I'll send him this link and hopefully he'll responde tomorrow.

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    In the hull for hull breathing purpose they will not let water in... If you use them on the actual air intake for the engine then they will suck water in causing your engine to get hydro locked. I think this is the info you are wanting. I have them on nearly every ski I own, they work great, for what they are intended to do.

    Rodney

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    What's the best way to get cold air into the intake rather than running a new filter system in the engine compartment?

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