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    Arc induction filter

    Anyone know where to get a genuine arc super indiction filter for an arc induction box apart from the usual places like rhdjapan and nengun.

    Any uk suppliers?


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    I don't think they have one mate, have you tried e-mailing them direct?

    You could try Perfect Run, I've imported stuff through them before.

    http://www.perfectrun.jp/src/detail....esult_mode=pmk

    The 180sx box uses panel filter A

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    Alternatively the filter from a Merc SLK230 (2004) will fit, K&N do a aftermarket filter for it, part number 33-2767



    Double check all the sizes and stuff are right first though, K&N have dimensions on their website.
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    Steal it off maff1991s car : D

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    Yea I know a k&n fits but I want originality. Looks like I'll just have to import one


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    Yea I don't know of any ARC stockists in the country, did they recently go bust or something because their website looks really amateurish.

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    I think so. I think it's a type A I need. I'll just buy one from rhdjapan


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    Painful expensive like though, are they even re-usable?

    I'd be tempted to buy both, run the K&N, and then when it comes time to sell you've got a fresh (and rare) ARC filter to proudly put on display.

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    Couldn't you make one, a few bits of Ali sheet, rivets and some sealant. Job done.

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    I have the box. I need the filter. Filters don't work well when they're made out of aluminium and rivets


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    ARC are long gone aren't they. Might be better to buy some filter foam from Pipercross or the like Hamish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piman2k View Post
    ARC are long gone aren't they. Might be better to buy some filter foam from Pipercross or the like Hamish.
    They have a website with a strangely different name, I wonder if they collapsed and then restarted?
    They go by the name ARC Brazing now.

    ITG look like they do a foam filter so no need to custom make one, but if you want a genuine ARC item it's going to have to be imported.

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