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Old 05-10-2007, 04:05 PM   #1
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I have a class C motorhome with a v 10 ford motor and I have changed the air filter to the K & N and was thinking of cutting a hole in the sleeve that fits over the filter so it would get more air throught it. K & N has a system that the fiter in out in the open.I'm just not sure this would help .I don't want to do anything to get water in the motor if it rains.Does anyone any though on this?
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I have a class C motorhome with a v 10 ford motor and I have changed the air filter to the K & N and was thinking of cutting a hole in the sleeve that fits over the filter so it would get more air throught it. K & N has a system that the fiter in out in the open.I'm just not sure this would help .I don't want to do anything to get water in the motor if it rains.Does anyone any though on this?
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aggie14, welcome to iRV2.com. We are glad to have you join us here and look forward to reading of your adventures and experiences. Some of the earlier Fords had a problem with getting water into the filter media and engine intake but I think it all involved the Class A coaches. Hopefully someone that has done this already can post a better response. Good luck to you and have a great summer.
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