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    1. Banner Advertiser Arin@APR's Avatar
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      06-11-2019 09:40 AM #1


      We've expanded upon our extremely popular APR Turbocharger Inlet System, the most free flowing inlet on the market today, by adding the most free flowing intake filter! The APR Turbocharger Inlet System outflows the factory components by up to 45%, and jumps to 60% when adding the APR Intake Filter.




      Adding the optional APR Intake Filter completely transforms the system from subtle to extreme. Our massive 9” long cotton filter with frontal opening connects to a 6” carbon fiber inlet tube that gradually necks down to the 4” back tube. You will hear every ounce of the 5-cylinder turbocharger system’s massive demand for airflow, and you’ll do so at a 60% CFM improvement over stock! This was only possible with an open filter system as the airflow demands called for an unboxed design. Simply put, this is the best intake system on the market for satisfying uncompromisingly demanding airflow requirements.

      Read and see more on our product page and Go APR!

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      06-11-2019 12:33 PM #2
      Arin, are your dyno tests done with the hood closed? Be interested to hear why there isn't a partial shield between the engine and filter at least.
      Quote Originally Posted by PowerDubs View Post
      You can't see your engine bay while you drive, and popping your hood in a parking lot to show off parts is as stupid as listing them in your signature.. (not what the parts were intended for).

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      06-11-2019 12:50 PM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by shinnersvr6 View Post
      Arin, are your dyno tests done with the hood closed? Be interested to hear why there isn't a partial shield between the engine and filter at least.
      Yes, we did the tests with the hood closed. That's the most accurate way to do it in this scenario!

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