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Max Flow Air Filter for MS460?

mdavlee

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They flow a touch more. You might gain 500 rpms unloaded from switching from the HD filters. They last a lot longer between cleanings is why I use them. I have 4 green filters I can switch out if needed. I can usually mill 2 gallons of fuel worth and not have to change filters. The HD 2 has to be tapped out or blown out 2 or 3 times in that much use.
 

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They flow a touch more. You might gain 500 rpms unloaded from switching from the HD filters. They last a lot longer between cleanings is why I use them. I have 4 green filters I can switch out if needed. I can usually mill 2 gallons of fuel worth and not have to change filters. The HD 2 has to be tapped out or blown out 2 or 3 times in that much use.
That's one thing I notice alot to. Ones with the stock filters that come into the shop are generally packed...ones with the max flow are generally alot cleaner. Thanks for the reply. :)
 

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1128's are bad about packing the filters. Must be all that air heading down the carb.... Vroom vroom...
 

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