M35a2 air filter element: commercial part #?

SandBar

Full Time Patriot
Steel Soldiers Supporter
645
120
43
Location
GA/FL
Thanks, I needed to order up an alternator belt and this helped. It is indeed the saame size between the two spreadsheets I found.
 

V8srfun

Active member
276
211
43
Location
Altoona pa
This is just a thought but knowing how these engines do not like intake restrictions (poor flowing aftermarket filters). I wonder if turned up trucks would benefit from a different filter setup that can flow more air and possibly decrease egt’s. We know that the dust bowl filters cause higher egt’s so can the reverse happen with more capacity.
 

Ferroequinologist

Resident railroad expert
Steel Soldiers Supporter
4,639
134
63
Location
Hopkins, SC
This is just a thought but knowing how these engines do not like intake restrictions (poor flowing aftermarket filters). I wonder if turned up trucks would benefit from a different filter setup that can flow more air and possibly decrease egt’s. We know that the dust bowl filters cause higher egt’s so can the reverse happen with more capacity.
This is exactly why I went with an m35a3 intake and filter on my m109 when I put an LDS in it. Stock m35 filter is 410cfm, m35a3 filter per the phone call with the manufacturer is 575cfm.
 
Top
AdBlock Detected

We get it, advertisements are annoying!

Sure, ad-blocking software does a great job at blocking ads, but it also blocks useful features of our website like our supporting vendors. Their ads help keep Steel Soldiers going. Please consider disabling your ad blockers for the site. Thanks!

I've Disabled AdBlock
No Thanks