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|9th July 2007, 16:25||#1|
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K & N help !!
i am using a universal k & n in my baleno....is an universal filter safe to be used in the rainy season...any precautions that should be taken that no water enters the filter hence chances of damaging the engine....should 1 switch to stock filter in rainy season...?????
|9th July 2007, 16:27||#2|
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|9th July 2007, 16:31||#4|
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Yeah! Even if you'd use the thin plastic cover for the K&N filter, which K&N has in the market, tiny drops of water would enter the intake anyhow. Best to use the stock filter during the rainy times!
Im sure glad I have the K&N stock replacement filter and not universal filter.
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