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Cleaning the filter on a CAI #111992 Feb 25, 1:18pm Feb 25, 1:18pm
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Cleaning the filter on a CAI
Good afternoon, everyone,

After reading through some of the install guides and looking at the photos of CAI installs, it seems that the positioning of the filter in the fenderwell makes it damn near impossible to clean the filter quickly without either removing the entire Intake or removing the front nose of the car. I only clean the filter every 3 or 4 months, but it doesn't appear to be very easy. Please correct me if I'm wrong, but a Short Ram Intake with a ram tube from the grille opening is starting to look better than a CAI.

Re: Cleaning the filter on a CAI [Re: rdrocket2000] #111993 Feb 25, 2:27pm Feb 25, 2:27pm
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its really easy...

move teh wheel well plastic back and just take the filter off.

CAKE.

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