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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 06-19-2010, 03:32 AM Thread Starter
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6637 NAPA FILTER?

I am thinking about getting a 6637 Napa Filter for my Early 99', any input? Can i attach the filter to the stock rubber intake?
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I am thinking about getting a 6637 Napa Filter for my Early 99', any input? Can i attach the filter to the stock rubber intake?
you sure can, i did mine. you need a piece of 4" exhaust tube about 4.5-5.5" long.

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Re: 6637 NAPA FILTER?

mines only 3" long and it has room to spare
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mines only 3" long and it has room to spare
Mine too, when I had the diy filter....
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Re: 6637 NAPA FILTER?

Im going to pick one up sometime this weekend, are these filters just as good as K&N and......... I want something that is going to give me more power and at the same time filtering more dirt.
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Im going to pick one up sometime this weekend, are these filters just as good as K&N and......... I want something that is going to give me more power and at the same time filtering more dirt.
They're better than a k&n. If you run a k&n for awhile and then look at your turbo wheel, you'll see where its starting to get dusted. The 6637 is alot better, and its cheaper

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Re: 6637 NAPA FILTER?

And the Donaldson in The Tymar kit is better than the 6637 and usually much cheaper. You will need a mounting band for the filter if you want the added air flow the filter provides...The Tymar kit comes complete and has a new battery tray.

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Re: 6637 NAPA FILTER?

where can i get this Donaldson Tymar Kit???
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And the Donaldson in The Tymar kit is better than the 6637 and usually much cheaper. You will need a mounting band for the filter if you want the added air flow the filter provides...The Tymar kit comes complete and has a new battery tray.
WOW,, um I don't think the Donaldson is better than the 6637... you don't need the mounting band either, the filter will lay right on the fender well just fine,
Why would "You will need a mounting band for the filter if you want the added air flow the filter provides..." the band effect the airflow?

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