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New Addition to the Do Luck Power Filter range 2.2 CDTi

Do-Luck Power filters now avaliable for 2.2 CDTi !! Previously only avaliable for the FN2..the range has expanded to accomodate this app by popular demand!!

Sumo bring you the Do-Luck Power Filter at just £29.50+vat and FREE UK Postage to Civinfo Members!


Do-Luck panel filters are made using a two layer foam make up. For starters Do-Luck were able to use a profiled foam on the intake side to increase surface area while not restricting the air flow, the clean side then utilises a much finer foam to provide excellent filtration and safeguard the engine, finally the filter is very lightly oiled. The fully reticulated foam Do-Luck use in the filter has a much higher dust capacity than that of a cotton gauze or paper element, in some cases up to 2 x as much. This enables the filter to be left much longer between service intervals before it will need cleaning.

In an independent ‘shoutout’ between 7 panel air filters, Do-Luck out-performed all of the competition!

As featured in Japanese Performance the independant test which was conducted at Scooby Clinic, using their Dyno Dynamics rolling road, air intake temperature remained the same (16-17°C) and two power tests per filter were taken
All filters were tested all of the performance panel filters on a 54-plate Impreza WRX STi 2.0-litre, which was originally fitted with a standard panel filter. The standard panel filter was in reasonable condition, showing dirt on roughly half the face of the paper pleats.

Filters tested were:
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ITG
Pipercross
Green
Cosworth
Do Luck

The results? The pre-oiled Do-Luck foam filter
Gave a max BHP of: 297.7 (12.9 BHP extra over the stock filter). Its nearest competition was K&N which gave 10.4 bhp more...

I have supplied a number of these to various customers for the FN2 and have had nothing but praise for them Also avaliable for the EP3!!
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Cazza if we could arrange a discounted price or a no gain no pain arrangement for relic to test it you would sell loads with proven gains for the 2.2, as it currently stands nothing beats the standard filter for airflow ive a pipercross one that i use to catch flies im not saying the filters are no good just we havent found anything to beat the standard and that includes a k&n cone filter
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Cazza if we could arrange a discounted price or a no gain no pain arrangement for relic to test it you would sell loads with proven gains for the 2.2, as it currently stands nothing beats the standard filter for airflow ive a pipercross one that i use to catch flies im not saying the filters are no good just we havent found anything to beat the standard and that includes a k&n cone filter
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