[V6-12v] Air filter recommendation
epotter at eep.burdell.org
Thu May 13 11:02:17 EDT 2004
I've been surprised lately that the prices of standard maintenance items
(oil filters, air filters, etc) at the dealer have been very
competitive. I've stopped going to the local non-dealer shop for
Mann/Mahle filters and such and started going to the dealer ... it
doesn't cost any more and I'm sure of what I'm getting.
On Wed, 12 May 2004, Tom Christiansen wrote:
> That's an interesting, down-to-earth site. I think I'll check with the
> stealership (or The Parts Connection) for the price on an Audi filter. If
> it's insanely expensive, I'll probably go with a Mann filter - although, I
> could have sworn that's what I got from Napa the last time I changed the
> filter. Still it fits a bit sloppy in the box...
> At 05:30 PM 5/12/2004, Nathan White wrote:
> >Have you seen this?
> >Nathan White
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: v6-12v-bounces at audifans.com [mailto:v6-12v-bounces at audifans.com]
> >On Behalf Of Tom Christiansen
> >Sent: May 12, 2004 8:22 PM
> >To: v6-12v at audifans.com
> >Subject: [V6-12v] Air filter recommendation
> >I popped open the airbox only to find that the air filter doesn't really
> >seal against the bottom half of the box. The rubber seal/liner is warped
> >bit out of shape. It's not unlikely that the top half of the box will
> >it seal, but I figured it might be worthwhile to change the filter...
> >Which filter would you guys recommend for a 1994 Audi 90S?
> >I'm not looking to change out the airbox, install cone filters, and what
> >people otherwise spend their time doing to get 0.001 HP more. I'm just
> >looking for a decent air filter that will seal against the box and
> >the crud out of the air before it gets sucked into the intake manifold.
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