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K&N question

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So for any of ya who seen my whole supercharger debacle, the company who sold it to me offered to unwind the deal and sell er at auction. Seeing as warranty wouldn’t cover it cause it hadn’t blown up and when it did blow up it would be past the 10,000$ range

Took er back and went directly to dodge and got the one I wanted to begin with, 10,000km and wow what a car, I thought the other one was mint, I didn’t have any benchmark. This one is meticulous and bone stock other than this K&N (probably why it whines so much) anyways I took er out for the 2,3rd time and as I was wiping the break dust off the rims and checking the oil as I always do I noticed that the air filter set up doesn’t have the plexi glass piece under the hood mesh… so leaving it open to rain is the issue I’m worried about.. is this not set up properly or is it just me? I don’t plan on driving in rain storms but I’m in Vancouver it rains all the time even if ya try to plan around it.. the day I looked at it the first time it had sat in the rain all day and fired up no problem. Lemme know the scoop please guys

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You can buy the rain shield directly from K&N. I was able to call them directly and they sold it directly to me. I used some door edging from Pep Boys to help seal it against the metal edge of the vent. You can also replace the two factory mounting bolts with knurled knobs from Lowes so that you can easily install and remove.

Congrats on the new ride!

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There is a rain shield made by K&N (pictured a few posts prior and they have a rain sock that helps if you get caught in the rain and hides your spots.
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