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You cannot beat the price.. I wonder how well they seal at higher speeds? I could see them leaking air around the front and back where there isn't any plastic screws..

Are you going to get a set?

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Looks like you actually reduce the filter area by a factor of 2 or so from a stock filter (or close to it, anyway... It's a guess...). What gains do you expect to get from these? More filter area?
More air flow?
Cost?

I'm not trying to be sarcastic, I want to better understand why to use these.

And, sorry, I plead ignorance... why not Pipercross or stock? (Don't even know Pipercross) and I've found that stock doesn't suck...
 

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Looks like you actually reduce the filter area by a factor of 2 or so from a stock filter (or close to it, anyway... It's a guess...). What gains do you expect to get from these? More filter area?
More air flow?
Cost?

I'm not trying to be sarcastic, I want to better understand why to use these.

And, sorry, I plead ignorance... why not Pipercross or stock? (Don't even know Pipercross) and I've found that stock doesn't suck...
In my situation, it's because I have oversized air runners with no provisions for stock style (pipercross) air filters. If I had a choice, Pipercross would be the filter to use.
 

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We used to sell those many years ago.
We used to get a lot of complaints about sealing.

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Thanks for the heads up. What do you recommend for oversized runners? I don't feel like spending $200 on BMC, that's just ridiculous to me for air filters.
 
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