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Old 08-19-2008, 07:34 AM
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Air cleaner replacement for engine

Seems to be a pain in the a** to change, any suggestions for a 2007 expy. What brand to go with factory or aftermarket ok.
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Old 08-19-2008, 10:58 AM
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It's not that hard. Unplug the MAF sensor, loosen the nut on the collar and unlatch the box. I used a OEM as the aftermarket paper filters actually cost more! I have been looking for a reusable dry filter, but have had no luck in finding one.
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Old 08-20-2008, 01:42 PM
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It's not that hard. Unplug the MAF sensor, loosen the nut on the collar and unlatch the box. I used a OEM as the aftermarket paper filters actually cost more! I have been looking for a reusable dry filter, but have had no luck in finding one.
Yeah, I also have been looking. I was hoping that Volant was going to release a CAI and a Powercore Filter but I havent heard or seen anything as of yet.

I even emailed them and got no response.

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K& N makes a CAI, but from my experience it doesnt fit too well and is loud as hell. I can understand it being a little louder than the factory intake, but damn that thing made the worst drone I have ever heard. Fortunately I was able to send it back to K& N.
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