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I do too but I would imagine a huge risk with no sort of filtration on the street
 

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I use to run just a screen and with my catch can next to it I found the charger getting this slug all in the inlet and mouth at that point I ran filter.
 
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I use to run just a screen and with my catch can next to it I found the charger getting this slug all in the inlet and mouth at that point I ran filter.

I hear of guys getting good results with less restriction, but just seems very risky especially with a $2,800 head unit lol
 

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I would be nervous without a filter. But I'm interested to see if anyone runs something like that on the street. I think it might be good for the track.
 

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I am using a prototype from work, there is a filter we sell at Procharger that is a bell mouth styler but has an internal filter.
 

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I would personally never run a turbocharger or supercharger without a filter on anything but a dedicated drag car - and even then probably not. In the case of a turbocharger, the impeller is spinning in excess of 120,000 RPMs - it wouldn't take much to destroy your FI.
 

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The part number is af059i-001. It goes on the hemi kits, but it should work fine.
 

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