I am running the Wood K325 with just a insert that I made myself due to the 8" size..but I run it open and the rain has not had any negative effect as of yet..now as a disclaimer I do live in San Diego so rain is not something I have to deal with very often, also you must make sure the filter you are running is something like K&N not a paper element.FLHRCIPA said:Open or covered? Thats the question? Does the rain effect the open filters?
Thanks for sharing your experience!
Happy New Year!!
What kind of cover whould you use? Seems that any kind of cloth would just aggravate any moisture problem. I'm thinking maybe a shower cap just to use overnight in case of rain or dew.adlerx said:I run mine open, Been caught in one pretty good rain storm, don't think it hurt anything but besides wishing to get home (it was dark and cold and raining real hard and I was two hours from home, rained the whole way!), I was wishing I was packing a A/C cover. I think it runs a little better open but have no evidence to back this up. I think it looks awesome but that's subjective. Think I'll pack a A/C cover from now on though on trips, just in case. You'll hear some different noises with it open, I hear a little more of what's going on inside than with a cover on.
The Two Bit Chopper filter looks similar to the BC Gerolamy Overflow filter which is not made by K&N but looks similar to their extream filter line for cars. Flow numbers for both the Overflow and the 2Bit read the same. Makes you wonder if the 2Bit while looking way cooler isn't giving up some of it's flow with all that cool shinny chrome designs covering the top. May be that it's at least 1/4" above the filter and not down on it. THe BC is $140.00 dollars VS the high dollar 2Bit ones.revperf said:
Oz,Ozzie In Arabia said:Hello Turbotc...........a belated merry xmas and a happy new year to you buddy!
Nice shots of the flow job.............do you have any results with the t.bodies, like stock flow, and bored body flow numbers etc. and can you advise how long the T/Body is out to where the A/C bolts on?
All the best, Ozzie