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    Senior Member matuus's Avatar
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    ripping filter

    shoutout to bdt carlos. been ripping the bdt super fine filter. this thing works. no dust. no dirt. best filter. bdt




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    been there done that with K&N kept them clean used there spray also used an outer wear. bottom line not as good as a foam filter. nothing works better than am oiled down foam filter.

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    not k&n filter. not a expert on filters. u dont oil. only wash n air dry. can say bdt filter is super fine. no glamis sand. no glen helen dirt. 4 me better than uni. experience from use.


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    bdt561 saber
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    It's an R2C filter. there are mixed reviews.

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    dont care who makes it 4 bdt. just saying works great 4 me.


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    As with all filters, R2C filters work great for a lot of people. Some people have not had good reports. This could be from boneheaditus, or it could be from inconsistencies in manufacturing process and/or quality control.

    Best regards
    -Jason


 

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