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Air filters rarely get wet when they are located in a well designed air box. Open pods, good luck with that, water rapidly destroys treated filter paper. Same with paper fuel filters, once it gets wet with water it stops working.
Monsoon is a normal weather condition, I'm in one right now. Open to the elements paper pods will need to be parked indoors for weeks on end, or replaced repeatedly. Paper filters on a crankcase vent is just silly, that would need to be replaced daily.

... it's been 2 weeks @gt alex so did you view it, test it or buy it ? :cool:
 
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