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Old 01-09-2018, 12:44 PM   #71
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@Varelco Mr. Tetsuya Tada said once that a drop in filter is the cheapest modification. So, yes there are definitely some (small) gains and with a low price.
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On paper yes there are "gains".
In real life, those gains are negligible.
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@Varelco Mr. Tetsuya Tada said once that a drop in filter is the cheapest modification. So, yes there are definitely some (small) gains and with a low price.
Tada was probably reading these forums
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K&N proof

When the old Bridgehampton course was still alive, I ran the short chute between four and five in fourth gear in my N/A 944 Porsche. I put a K&N in and ran out of revs, having to upshift on the same straight. I'm convinced they add notable performance, but I've decided against oiled filters now.
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