k& n air filters

Enigma

Active Member
quote:
Originally posted by commeracer

righto chaps, here is all the info you need :)
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the first pic of the original airbox has an element 142x90x65mm.
the closest k&n is 136x89x65mm which is perfect as they can be smaller o/d anyway [8D]
part no. E2330.

next pic is what sybhil has fitted the duct is standard (2 in pic for clarity) with a clamp on type filter, this one is rated at 85 bhp airflow, so its ok for commers [^] except will & daves :D;)
part no. RU-1820
available with chrome or rubber end.
the main supplier is
K&N FILTERS (EUROPE)LTD
JOHN STREET
WARRINGTON
CHESHIRE

TEL. 01925 636950

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Dodgemark

New Member
cheers tim;) dont know which one do you, and does it fit under the pass seat where the bath sits[?] dont suppose you do silencers do you tim:p[?]

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commeracer

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No idea :I but they are listed by size, so just measure up where you want to clamp it and get the biggest one that will fit in the available space. They have a 2-3mm tolerance on the clamping size so it,s not critical :)
Silencer wise, just get an RC40 from Epay or Mini spares centre ;)

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Enigma

Active Member
will fitting an RC40 to a diesel still increase the horses then Tim??

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Enigma

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plenty of room for it Mark, it's not like your van has a water tank in the way lol

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commeracer

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What diameter is the exhaust pipe Mark [?]

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Dodgemark

New Member
quote:
Originally posted by commeracer

What diameter is the exhaust pipe Mark [?]

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hi tim 1 1/2" mate;)

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commeracer

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Then there is no reason you can,t use an RC40. Diesels are easier to silence :)

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Dodgemark

New Member
dont really want to go to that expense now:I as i have a new tail and downpipe:) its just the silencer i am having trouble getting hold off:(

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MandnMark

New Member
right i get the kn filter but what about the rc 40 exhaust is that not for a mini ? if so how easy is it to fit im assuming there is some feteling involved ?and considering every time i do one job on homer i make three more this could be a worry

Mand N Mark
 

Panky

Administrator
Staff member
Tims step by step guide[8D]

http://66.129.69.181/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=6798&SearchTerms=rc40

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Navyreg1970

Active Member
quote:
Originally posted by Enigma

quote:
Originally posted by commeracer


righto chaps, here is all the info you need :)
2633998943_f02b0eece2_o.jpg

2633998941_148e336503_o.jpg


the first pic of the original airbox has an element 142x90x65mm.
the closest k&n is 136x89x65mm which is perfect as they can be smaller o/d anyway [8D]
part no. E2330.

next pic is what sybhil has fitted the duct is standard (2 in pic for clarity) with a clamp on type filter, this one is rated at 85 bhp airflow, so its ok for commers [^] except will & daves :D;)
part no. RU-1820
available with chrome or rubber end.
the main supplier is
K&N FILTERS (EUROPE)LTD
JOHN STREET
WARRINGTON
CHESHIRE

TEL. 01925 636950

PHEW [|)]

"you were only supposed to blow the bloody SLIDING doors off no.3"



Or here Scott....don't you ever pay attention???:D



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Panky

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Staff member
Yours being an oil burner and all - wouldn't it be different:I

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Navyreg1970

Active Member
I think it can take a K&N, Its just what do I connect it to as I have nothing there at the moment

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Panky

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Staff member
A measurement of the inlet on your engine would be useful, then we could compare it with the carb inlet and see if the inlet bend would fit.

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Navyreg1970

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will get the measuring stick out in the morning - getting the injectors out tomorrow to see if they need a refurb. 20 watt flexible solar panel is on its way to permanently mount just behind the bulge of the Luton bit - Have ordered a solar split charger that sends 80% to the start battery and 20% to the leisure battery until it senses the start battery is full, then it switches to 100% into the leisure.

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