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if this is a dumb question or has been discussed previously, i apologize in advance, but when the air filter is relocated to under the nose of the car, does it not suck up water when driving in the rain and the like?

it seems that it doesn't since i see so many people moving the filter, but couldn't you only hit so many water puddles before your filter is so wet that you are sucking the sh*t straight into your intake?
 

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That would be why you put a bypass filter in the intake tubing.
 
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