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Date:         Tue, 9 Jan 2001 14:31:48 -0800
Reply-To:     Stuart MacMillan <macmillan@HOME.COM>
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From:         Stuart MacMillan <macmillan@HOME.COM>
Subject:      Re: K&N filter, 1996 independent tests
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For some reason this never hit the list, so I'll send it again:

It will take some research to find the original tests mentioned in this post, but here is what you are looking for. I'll see what I can find on paper element testing.

Bill Davidson wrote: > > Please, I'd love to believe the K&N is both higher perfomance AND better at > filtering out smaller particles than paper filters.... If someone has actual > data to support that PLEASE post it to the list. > > Bill Davidson

-- Stuart MacMillan Seattle

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