TPI Chrome Filter
Base Outside Width: 5-1/4'' (133 mm)
Filter Re-Oiling Amount: 1.32 oz (39 ml)
Flange Inside Diameter: Oval
Flange Length: 7/8'' (22 mm)
Flange Type: Oval, Centered
Height: 5-1/2'' (140 mm)
Top Material/Finish: Chrome
Top Outside Length: 6-1/4'' (159 mm)
Top Outside Width: 4'' (102 mm)
Top Style: Metal
Great For Use On Street Rods!
Clamps directly onto GM TPI throttle bodies using 1990-92 stock or 1985-89 TPI that has been converted to speed density. 599-RC5000 will flow approximately 600 CFM and is intended for stock throttle bodies. 599-RC5050 is capable of flowing about 1000 CFM and is the perfect choice for aftermarket systems that need more air. Great for use on street rods where space is a problem or just to get rid of some weight by removing a bulky stock air box. Requires no modification to throttle body. Will not work with mass-air system. Will not fit LT1.
I've got a 1993 corvette 5.7 lt1 engine I'm putting in a rock bouncer build and I'm looking for the k&n filter that goes directly on the intake. The intake horn measurement is 2 3/4 high 4 3/4 wide. Will this work? If not can you help with the right one
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