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I have found that Socks over the Air Horn work fine, they suit me, can be cleaned & oiled easy and they don't cost too much, they flow enough and there is some people who say they have gained a few HP switching to Socks from other Filter Types, I use the Finer Filter Brand, I'm not sure of their origin but I think it's an OZ brand ?
Some of those LOG Filter Set Ups are very nice, Rob Beere in the UK markets one for Webers but I have no personal experience with them.
I would use such a set up if like you, space was not a problem.
One can make a Log Set Up if can be bothered, make from Cardboard first then have a sheet metal worker make the whole deal up, the filters can be a series of Scotch Guard Cleaners, seperated by mesh.
If one is thinking about making a Log Type Filter Assembly, remember to have a Hole at rear covered with Gauze and a Series of Scotch Guard Filters,the idea is to if feeding cool air ducted from front of vehicle that it's not rammed too much, problem with ramming is that when on Chassis Dyno all is well jetting etc. then when one get's some speed up on road it all changes as the Ram Affect ruins the work on the Dyno in that the engine will not perform as well as on the Dyno, many Mechanics have been caught out like this, All incoming Air can not be used so what can't be used must be able to escape, the trick is how big a hole is needed at rear of the Log, I have found about 25% of the Front Inlet hole size suffices for rear escape.
: For folks running Webers on a 6-cylinder E-Type, what sort of filters
: are you using? I was thinking of running and ITG "log", but
: there's so little clearance for the front carb. Is there any
: disadvantage to just running a sock over the airhorn?
: Mike Frank