Fram racing filters?

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My father in law had a dual orange can of death on his 67 Mustang... [censored] machine. Then he went to a huge single can of death, im assuming it was the racing filter. This was before i knew anything about filters.
 
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Originally Posted By: ARB1977
My father in law had a dual orange can of death on his 67 Mustang... [censored] machine. Then he went to a huge single can of death, im assuming it was the racing filter. This was before i knew anything about filters.
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One time I put a [censored] on my [censored] and it was [censored]! It was so [censored] I couldn't even [censored] without the [censored] making [censored]. My friends thought it was so [censored].
 
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But seriously, daman has it right. They are designed with a much higher burst pressure rating as an extra margin of safety. IMHO, totally unneeded on a street car, even a somewhat modded one. The K&N you were originally looking for is a much better filter and very strong as well. Those cans are thick!
 
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