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good day , i want to buy myself and K&N cone filter,but i want to place it on the standard induction pipe do any one know what is the diameter or witch one will be best to fit

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hi


You say you want to place it on the standard induction pipe - I assume you mean you want the induction of the filter to fit inside the pipe . If you measure the external circumference of the pipe and calculate the diameter then deduct twice the wall thickness of the pipe you will have the internal diameter of the pipe from which you can order the correct filter.


so if your circumference is XXX your external radius is YYY deduct the wall thickness ZZZ mm x2 = the internal diameter of your pipe,


XXX external circumference = 15.4cm
YYY external diameter = 4.9 cm
ZZZ deduct pipe thickness 2mm x 2 (4)
= DDD the internal diameter will be 4.5 cm




To quote Mr Aleksander Meerkat - 'Simples !'


or alternatively


you can hold a tape measure up to the end of the pipe and measure across the inside walls of the pipe !
 

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To quote Mr Aleksander Meerkat - 'Simples !'


or alternatively


you can hold a tape measure up to the end of the pipe and measure across the inside walls of the pipe !
or alternatively

purchase yourself
one of these, useful for all sorts of things when you have one
 
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