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    R & D Drop in filter instructions?

    did a search and cannot find. I ordered the RD drop in filter kit. Are the instructions posted somewhere? It has not arrived yet and just wanted to see whats involved. Mainly, do I have to remove the cowlings and glove box to drop it in? How do you get to it. Here is the part:

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=567


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    Quote Originally Posted by Red08Ultra250 View Post
    did a search and cannot find. I ordered the RD drop in filter kit. Are the instructions posted somewhere? It has not arrived yet and just wanted to see whats involved. Mainly, do I have to remove the cowlings and glove box to drop it in? How do you get to it. Here is the part:

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=567
    It pretty easy. Gotta remove all the cowlings. Need a 10mm deep socket, and a 10 mm open end wrench. Also, It wont be a bad idea to have a magnet pickup tool handy. Once all parts are removed, Drop it right in..

    Scott

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    ok got it apart, no problem, just waiting on the filter now. I noticed the two black intake hoses in front of the steering that bring fresh air into the hull, are both routed to the left side of the hull, away from the air intake of the engine. And they are zip tied that way from the factory. Should they be both there, or should one go to the right side of hull? or does it really matter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red08Ultra250 View Post
    did a search and cannot find. I ordered the RD drop in filter kit. Are the instructions posted somewhere? It has not arrived yet and just wanted to see whats involved. Mainly, do I have to remove the cowlings and glove box to drop it in? How do you get to it. Here is the part:

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=567
    I only removed the right side cowling. Then remove the nuts that hold down the rear of the right side of the steering cover. This will allow you to lift the steering cover up enough to get the access cover under the glovebox out and the filter in.

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    ok, cool. Shoud I use the BOV filter and other little filter onto the intercooler? Any problems or issues using those. How bout for warranty reasons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagleman62 View Post
    I only removed the right side cowling. Then remove the nuts that hold down the rear of the right side of the steering cover. This will allow you to lift the steering cover up enough to get the access cover under the glovebox out and the filter in.
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