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some more K&N stuff

From : theguy

Q: on tue 15 nov 2005 175118 -0500 leroy dodgemanfromhell@aol.com wrote here we go again!! i know sorry.....................but i thought that some actual information might be a pleasant change. on tue 15 nov 2005 144235 -0800 theguy theguy@notebook.com wrote something i saw on a forum that i just knew would interest everyone here. in reference to your question about air filters. k&n is best for flow restriction but hardly the best performer for removing particulate material from entering your engine. personally i would never use a k&n for a personal vehicle a race car maybe. anyway here are the results of the air filter tests that is posted at dieselplace.com.. just sharing real data here. flow restriction from best to worst filter restriction in inches h2o k&n 4.54 mystery bargain filter 4.78 afe pro guard 7 panel 4.99 purolator 5.05 wix/napa 5.06 uni 5.40 baldwin 5.71 amsoil 5.88 ac delco 6.23 dirt holding capacityfrom best to worst. this is the amount of dirt it took to create an additional 10 inches of water restriction. at that point the test is terminated.this indicates how long a filter is good before it must be cleaned or replaced. ac delco 573.898 grams wix/napa 447.366 purolator 388.659 baldwin 388.154 uni 374.638 mystery bargain 350.402 afe pro guard 7 232.516 k&n 211.58 amsoil 196.323 total dirt passing the filter during the test. this is how much dirt your engine will take in if you use the filter for the duration that would cause the filter to become dirty enough to need replacement or cleaning. the dirt passing the filter is the dirt collected by the post filter during the test. filter dirt in grams passed ac delco 0.4 g baldwin 1.1g afe pro guard 7 1.8g mystery bargain 2.4g amsoil 2.7g wix/napa 4.4g purolator 5.0g k&n 6.0g uni 7.9g note the purolator was reported to have a seal malfunction during the test and passed more dirt than it would have with a good seal. so many garys and clydes ..so.. leroy .

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From : slick willy

lets take a look joe . . . . the ethernet port on the pc is plugged into the cable modem the ethernet to cable modem thru bandpass filters is connected to the big silvery wire thingy on the big tall wooden fence post in the neighborss yard and then it goes out of sight in both directions but im told it goes to the company that supplies my cable tv precis communications up in price ut. so i have both cable and dsl and they come into my home on the same 75 ohm tv cable. what do i have if not cable dsl as advertised by precis budd .

From : fmb

tbone wrote and the current administration is a master at that skill. no different than any other administration. theyre all politicians. yet another complete bs answer from you. it is not that they lie but what they lie about and continue to do so and this administration has taken the lead here. -- if at first you dont succeed youre not cut out for skydiving .

From : christopher thompson

as far as the aux heater heres on avail from northern tool and equip. http//www.northerntool.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/productdisplaystoreid=6970&productid=21785&r=21785 its a zerostart 17500 btu cab heater model# 700-0101 looks like what youve described as your looking for. now as far as a remote stater cant help you there. infact im not sure what exactly your looking for something to keed engine warm while sitting parked overnight you mentioned a sensor for temp if im right why not a block heater i used a freeze plug style in my old d100 worked well and kept it warm enough to where the heater worked reasonable when first started up. i hate to be cold! -chris team; im looking for suggestions on a remote starter for my 92 dodge van. alarm okay but really need the temperature sensing unit that will start the truck and keep it warm. also need suggestions on an auxiliary heater to plumb into the heater core lines. 15000+ btu would suffice. cheers g. talk is cheap whiskey costs money. .

From : max dodge

on tue 15 nov 2005 175118 -0500 leroy dodgemanfromhell@aol.com wrote here we go again!! lets see 6.0 divided by 0.4 = 15x the dirt ac delco vs k& n that still doesnt answer the question does helium have weight and the debate goes on........ on tue 15 nov 2005 144235 -0800 theguy theguy@notebook.com wrote something i saw on a forum that i just knew would interest everyone here. snip total dirt passing the filter during the test. this is how much dirt your engine will take in if you use the filter for the duration that would cause the filter to become dirty enough to need replacement or cleaning. the dirt passing the filter is the dirt collected by the post filter during the test. filter dirt in grams passed ac delco 0.4 g snip k&n 6.0g uni 7.9g so many garys and clydes ..so.. leroy dj .

From : nosey

flow restriction from best to worst filter restriction in inches h2o k&n 4.54 mystery bargain filter 4.78 afe pro guard 7 panel 4.99 purolator 5.05 wix/napa 5.06 uni 5.40 baldwin 5.71 amsoil 5.88 ac delco 6.23 so k&n is 27% less restrictive than the most restrictive.......which means more stuff through it..... 27% more.....interesting it lets 5% more stuff through than the nearest competitor. sound familiar yet dirt holding capacityfrom best to worst. this is the amount of dirt it took to create an additional 10 inches of water restriction. at that point the test is terminated.this indicates how long a filter is good before it must be cleaned or replaced. ac delco 573.898 grams wix/napa 447.366 purolator 388.659 baldwin 388.154 uni 374.638 mystery bargain 350.402 afe pro guard 7 232.516 k&n 211.58 amsoil 196.323 and its collect just 37% of the dirt that the best filter did before it needs to be changed...... but since it passes more dirt it may last as long. total dirt passing the filter during the test. this is how much dirt your engine will take in if you use the filter for the duration that would cause the filter to become dirty enough to need replacement or cleaning. the dirt passing the filter is the dirt collected by the post filter during the test. filter dirt in grams passed ac delco 0.4 g baldwin 1.1g afe pro guard 7 1.8g mystery bargain 2.4g amsoil 2.7g wix/napa 4.4g purolator 5.0g k&n 6.0g uni 7.9g so the k&n passes 1.2 times the purolator 1.36 times the wix and the rest are over the 1.5 mark... or 50% more dirt...... expressed in percentages simply to confuse certain persons..... -- max give a man a match and he is warm for a short while. light him on fire and he is warm for the rest of his life. something i saw on a forum that i just knew would interest everyone here. .

From : theguy

on tue 15 nov 2005 175118 -0500 leroy dodgemanfromhell@aol.com wrote here we go again!! lets see 6.0 divided by 0.4 = 15x the dirt ac delco vs k& n that still doesnt answer the question does helium have weight on tue 15 nov 2005 144235 -0800 theguy theguy@notebook.com wrote something i saw on a forum that i just knew would interest everyone here. snip total dirt passing the filter during the test. this is how much dirt your engine will take in if you use the filter for the duration that would cause the filter to become dirty enough to need replacement or cleaning. the dirt passing the filter is the dirt collected by the post filter during the test. filter dirt in grams passed ac delco 0.4 g snip k&n 6.0g uni 7.9g so many garys and clydes ..so.. leroy dj .

From : dj

nothing to say tom vbg holy crap!!! it worked!! i was at a carnival the other day and for the hell of it put a dollar into the zoltar machine. ^ .

From : leroy

ok congratulations on your new high speed connection. -- if at first you dont succeed youre not cut out for skydiving nothing to say tom vbg budd -- if at first you dont succeed youre not cut out for skydiving i now have cable dsl and i cun mek musteaks mush fester naow. budd mr-d150@precisspamcom.net .