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I picked up the K&N Filter with the adapter to remove the stock intake box. Where did you guys mount / secure the K&N filter too?
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I have done the Ribbon delete "Spark Arrestor", Cold Air Intake and the engine breather filter. You definitely notice that the boat has more throttle response and you can hear the boost blow off more. Since these boats are supercharged you can't attach a filter directly to the throttle body as the air flows though the supercharger through the intercooler and then through the throttle body into the engine.Are you guys noticing any performance improvement with the K&N filter? Have you also removed your "back fire preventer"? Anyone tried putting the filter directly on the throttlebody, putting a small filter check valve on the crank vent and getting rid of the intake tube completely?