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Doug Siegel
 
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Bloomington, IN
Posts: 314
EFI air filter placement

Thanks to those of you who helped me with the "manual heat" thread.

Here's the continuation....

I reconnected the the driver's side heat hose to the H/E which eliminates the space for the air filter hose.

I would love to attach a filter directly to the turbo but am aware of the problems that rain may cause. There is a product made to cover air filters to prevent water. They don't claim "water proof" just water resistant.

http://cpwstore.carpartswholesale.com/catalog/?Ntt=land+rover+range+rover+injen+air+filter+wrap+ x1034blk

So far, my other option is to plumb the air filter into the driver's side wheel well. There is lots of space back there. A shield can be fabricated to block water and dirt. Yet, getting the 4" diameter hose up there is messy.

Any thoughts??
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