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    Where to Get Meth Filter?

    Where can I source an inline filter? Currently, the only one I can find is the AEM 30-3101 (http://www.aemelectronics.com/water-...ne-filter-1161). This piece has mixed reviews.

    I've noticed a lot of others included in some kits but no one lists a source. Ideas/options are appreciated.

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    Devil's own has a filter available. I'm not sure it is really needed...
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    Are many of you running filters?

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    Don't a lot of the nozzles have filters integrated inside them?
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    I pieced my own together using mcmaster

    Grab a 1/8 "disposable pipe-fitting filters" at either 40 or 90 microns for $3.50 -- part 98355K833
    Then get 2x 1/4" OD pipe fittings with 1/8NPT female threads.

    You can do push-to-locks at $4.20x2 part 5779K129
    or self-aligning compression fittings (they're brass, not ideal, mine have held up no problem for a year now) at $2.30 each part 5220K34

    so either $11.90 or $8.10 plus shipping.

    a handful of guys over at golfmk6 and myself run that type of in-line filter. between that and the filter nozzles, should be good enough

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    Good suggestions! I went ahead and bought the AEM, but might look into the other one as a backup solution.


    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GetSomeE92 Click here to enlarge
    Don't a lot of the nozzles have filters integrated inside them?
    I would think you want the filter before the injector so that it doesn't clog.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by chrisisnapping Click here to enlarge
    I pieced my own together using mcmaster

    Grab a 1/8 "disposable pipe-fitting filters" at either 40 or 90 microns for $3.50 -- part 98355K833
    Then get 2x 1/4" OD pipe fittings with 1/8NPT female threads.

    You can do push-to-locks at $4.20x2 part 5779K129
    or self-aligning compression fittings (they're brass, not ideal, mine have held up no problem for a year now) at $2.30 each part 5220K34

    so either $11.90 or $8.10 plus shipping.

    a handful of guys over at golfmk6 and myself run that type of in-line filter. between that and the filter nozzles, should be good enough
    That McMaster one is similar to what we include in our kits. Works nicely. Filter goes between pump output and solenoid input.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by chrisisnapping Click here to enlarge
    I pieced my own together using mcmaster

    Grab a 1/8 "disposable pipe-fitting filters" at either 40 or 90 microns for $3.50 -- part 98355K833
    Then get 2x 1/4" OD pipe fittings with 1/8NPT female threads.

    You can do push-to-locks at $4.20x2 part 5779K129
    or self-aligning compression fittings (they're brass, not ideal, mine have held up no problem for a year now) at $2.30 each part 5220K34

    so either $11.90 or $8.10 plus shipping.

    a handful of guys over at golfmk6 and myself run that type of in-line filter. between that and the filter nozzles, should be good enough
    Well, I cracked the AEM housing when installing the push connectors, as the housing is plastic (and I guess I was too heavy-handed). I do like that it is fully serviceable (you can open the lid and inspect/clean filter element), but this time I'm going to try the mcmaster piece as it is all metal.
    Thanks for the detailed response!
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