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    panel air filter

    Panel air filter which one's best for a mk4 golf gti 1.8t petrol agu engine
    Pipercross , K&N , Green cotton , or standard ?


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    Re: panel air filter

    We normally fit K&N and have never had any issues.


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    Re: panel air filter

    Yeah the K&N ones have always worked for me in the past. Like a [email protected] I went and bought a standard one today to service me car...dunno why lol. K&N next time!

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    Re: panel air filter

    i have a cotton green on the bora and ive never had a spot of bother mate
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    Re: panel air filter

    K&N is well recommended,

    I just bought a Piper X for the track car and It had to be cut to fit.
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    Re: panel air filter

    gone for piper cross panel filter just waiting for it to arrive , as did some searching on internet and alot of mk4 owners seem to pick pipercross panel filter next thing milltek cat back system

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    Re: panel air filter

    i heard any of the oily tpes can cause dirt to build up on the MAF?

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    K&N was always my choice in the past.... now its OEM

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    Re: panel air filter

    Quote Originally Posted by themac007 View Post
    i heard any of the oily tpes can cause dirt to build up on the MAF?
    Very true, which is why we fit K&N

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    Re: panel air filter

    piper cross is a dry filter and not oily

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