- For single 4V carburetors
- Die-cast aluminum lid with stamped steel base
- Black satin finish
- "Cobra" logo
- Assembly height is 2.5"
- Includes mounting hardware
Are you looking for an easy way to add some style to your Ford engine' Look no further than these air cleaner assemblies. There are many different styles, shapes, and logos available to fit everyone's needs. They come round or oval shaped for both single and dual carbureted vehicles, with your choice of a chrome plated or black satin finish. Black satin finished air cleaners have three choices of logos ("Cobra," "Ford," or "Mustang"), while chrome air cleaners are either plain or have the "Ford Motorsport" logo embossed into them. Any way you go, your engine will be sure to look great.
Don't just settle for some air cleaner, get a Ford Racing Air Cleaner and set the example.
Ford Racing Air Cleaner
Ford Racing Carbureted Air Cleaners are engineered to perform but they are also designed to give you an incredible fit and finish. They are the perfect solution for single 4-Barrel carbureted engines. You are spending a lot of time and money sorting out how you want your car to look, sound and perform. Why would you want the first thing anyone one sees when you open your hood is a common chrome aircleaner?
Don't just settle for some air cleaner, get a Ford Racing Air Cleaner and set the example.Features
is there a reusable filter for this air cleaner?
What is the replacement filter #?
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