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347 in a Mk 3.1

Inlet inside diameter is 5".
Chrome end cap is 5 1/4" diameter.
Large end outside diameter 6 1/2".
Overall length is 7", pleated part about 6 1/4" with 3/4" flange for clamp
Can anyone identify this filter? I assume many have used something like this.? It doesn't need to have chrome cap and brand not important.
Your help is appreciated.
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I'll try S&B. I didn't have much luck with K&N site, or Summit. I'm far from a retailer or I'd just take it in and compare.

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I would think you could just measure the size of what ever it clamps to and buy one that will fit in the available space.
 

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Is the filter for a Coyote? I have no first-hand experience with that engine, but from what I've read it seems to be sensitive to the air flow past its sensor. I don't know if changing the filter would be enough to affect the tune, but it's something to maybe watch for.


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Is the filter for a Coyote? I have no first-hand experience with that engine, but from what I've read it seems to be sensitive to the air flow past its sensor. I don't know if changing the filter would be enough to affect the tune, but it's something to maybe watch for.
No, it's on a 347, but thanks for the input.
 
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