High-Flow Air Filters for Don Davis Drag Racing Hood Scoops Now Available

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Don Davis Drag Racing Hood Scoop Filter 28-4195
Don Davis Drag Racing Hood Scoop Filter 28-4195
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Don Davis Drag Racing Hood Scoop Filter 28-4200
Don Davis Drag Racing Hood Scoop Filter 28-4200

K&N designed two hood scoop air filters to fit the unique shape of the Don Davis drag racing hood scoop. Due to the various configurations of the engine compartment and drag racing cars, the depth of the air filter must be considered. K&N's 28-4195 has a 10" depth. The 28-4200 has a depth of 6 inches. Both have a black powder coated base and are simple to mount into a Don Davis hood scoop.

K&N racing filters use two layers of cotton gauze that allow plenty of fresh air to enter the engine. The 28-4195 and 28-4200 deliver this powerful air-flow while protecting your engine from small stones, tire dust and other track debris that could damage your engine.

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