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Turn your air filter around so you don't see that metal piece
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Good eye Bruce! I actually need to clean it. Or replace it... I'd really like a red filter. But have not done any research. Any suggestions?


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Shift knob

Whose shift knob/adapter are you using?
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I have Zoomers and love the sound!
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The shift knob is from BT. And here in a couple weeks ill have my zoomers. I'm pretty excited. Woo!




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Awesome! Where did you get the piping?
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Just on eBay. I think I got 6 yards for 11 bucks or something like that. Not bad at all.


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Good eye Bruce! I actually need to clean it. Or replace it... I'd really like a red filter. But have not done any research. Any suggestions?


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I see you're looking for a a red air filter.

Something like this?



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