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      09-05-2021, 01:47 PM   #89
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With the charcoal filters removed, is there really any performance gain with the BMC filters over clean, new OEM paper filters? I can’t imagine you can achieve any more air flow
I felt a difference in top end, but I'm also running full E85 @ 24psi so that is to be expected.
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