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Old 03-14-2005, 07:05 AM   #1
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Looking for a good air cleaner for a nova based .21. I'm not real fond of the new 2 -piec motor saver type (just one more thing to come undone). I'd like a nice design- easy to clean, and cheap!!
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I have this type (motorsaver) easy to clean blah blah..


Whats the 2 peice ones look like?
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I have this type (motorsaver) easy to clean blah blah..


Whats the 2 peice ones look like?
Thats the one he's talking about. See how the top lifts off the get to the foam filter elements inside?

RD lodgics makes the one piece foam type you are looking for. They work great and are good value too.
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oh ok. Well I have never had a problem with it "poping off". I have to get a screwdriver in there to get it off for cleaning so I dont think its falling off anytime soon .
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whats the part number of that one?

The only motor saver type i've seen for a 15mm carb has an adaptor that attaches to the carb, then to the filter.

I'm not worried about the top coming off- it's the 2 -piece base on the one i've seen that i don't like.

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Oh, ok ive not seen the adapter one...

http://www.motorsaver.com/ has the part numbers..

I am using MS0221 (I think) on my on-roads and 151690 for my 1/8 buggy.
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