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    Best X3 Air Filter on the Market? Is this one it?

    We are really excited to be adding Agency Power to our line of aftermarket products. A couple of their products stand out as some of the best value & performance we have found but what's your opinion? More to come in another thread...

    This air filter has us excited because it takes the place of stock air box...that we aren't fans of...and replaces it with a new intake, filter, pre-filter and an optional pre-filter for the filter. Not only does it allow you to by pass the stock air box but unlike some other air filters...it comes with a new pre-filter for the clutch intakes! Getting better air flow for your motor shouldn't come at a cost of pre-filtering for your clutch intake.

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    What do you say? Is this a stand out great air filter, intake and pre-filter or just another product on the market?


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    Setup is great, just lacking in the filtration department. Do a little digging and you'll find a few guys who have ran them and had a lot of fine dirt/silt or dust getting past the filter and coating the inside of the intake along with coating the cold side. Actually heard of one case where it took the motor out because of the amount of dirt that got by. I am also a Agency dealer and they have some really nice stuff and this could be one if they would change the filter out.
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    Sounds like it would do great paired with a PowerCore filter.
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    UMP superfilter makes that look like a toy
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackMarketUTV View Post
    Sounds like it would do great paired with a PowerCore filter.
    Well that's another tricky topic. Up here at our elevation Ive seen the PowerCore restrict flow. Glover and Longball both were running it and saw boost drop pretty drastically when putting it on and when swapping to another filter it went back up.
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    Haha you know this topic like we all do...no filter is perfect. They are all a choice, filtration OR air flow. Some have a better balance than others but they aren’t perfect.

    Except maybe the really expensive option S&B...


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dude! View Post
    Well that's another tricky topic. Up here at our elevation Ive seen the PowerCore restrict flow. Glover and Longball both were running it and saw boost drop pretty drastically when putting it on and when swapping to another filter it went back up.
    Yes, a power core filter packed with snow and ice will restrict air flow, and so will every other air filter packed with snow and ice!
    Take it off and shake it out.
    Due to the design of the power core filter they do great for dust, but snow and ice have an easier time blocking it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PropDr View Post
    Yes, a power core filter packed with snow and ice will restrict air flow, and so will every other air filter packed with snow and ice!
    Take it off and shake it out.
    Due to the design of the power core filter they do great for dust, but snow and ice have an easier time blocking it.
    Who said anything about snow and ice, the filter was ran at the dunes man. Was brand new when it went out there also, wasn't packed off with anything. It does restrict flow at elevation where the air is thin.

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    After running the UMP I will never go back to an open style filter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dude! View Post
    Who said anything about snow and ice, the filter was ran at the dunes man. Was brand new when it went out there also, wasn't packed off with anything. It does restrict flow at elevation where the air is thin.
    Interesting: Thin air can't get through a filter with the largest surface are...

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