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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 6th March 2019, 11:24 Thread Starter
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Anyone used one, notice any difference? I've got one in the garage and am planning to use it.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 7th March 2019, 07:48
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Hi Flashy - I've used normal and shortie with no discernible difference. A mechanic did question whether a shortie would do much filtering due to its size but I never had a problem with them.
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I do an oil change every year and since 2015 when I got the car I have always used the Hamp shortie. Never had any issues. Car is also mapped

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Yep there fine mate, I use one as have sandwich plate for guages in same location
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If you have room, just use the Honda oem S2000 filter, it has the best flow capacity.
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I'd heard about the s2000 filter being decent, might try that next.
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If you have room, just use the Honda oem S2000 filter, it has the best flow capacity.
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I'd heard about the s2000 filter being decent, might try that next.
No Room in a FN2 for a S2000 one. I tried...
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Might be OK for me in my Ep3
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