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BMC Airfillter I.D....???

Can anyone help me in identiying the part # of this BMC airfilter in the photo?

Many Thx...

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I don't know what the number is, but that's Greg's car, which is for sale. He just bought the air filter so he might be able to tell you. http://forums.rennlist.com/rennforums/showthread.php?t=315707

I have one as well, but bought mine used, so no number...

Looks like Fabspeed carries them. http://www.fabspeed.com/other_products.html

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yeah, about 30 min after I posted this I found it on the Fabspeed website...

What's everyone recommend as far as intake filter systems?
What's everyone using?
Surely the factory airbox is not the "hot" thing...??

And Yeah, Greg's car is sweet!!! I would love to pick his brains about it but I don't want to bother him as I am not in a position to buy his car (and keep my marrige intact...) He probably has enough calls to wade thru right now anyway..


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There's a bunch of opinions on the aftermarket air filters. One problem is what to do with the line form the air/oil seperator? If you just install a small crankcase vent, it will eventually get wet enough to drip oil I've heard. Someone carries an billet air filter that has a fitting for the line from the air/oil seperator, but it was like $300. It was discussed on the Rennlist 911 Turbo forum awhile back. I have mine running to a Moroso air/oil seperator that has breather on top. $75 from Summit Racing.

The one thing that I like is that they really clean up the engine compartment and make it easier to get to a lot of things.
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