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Old May 26th, 2009, 06:57 AM
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Andrew Cleland
1993 Defender 110 V8i
Join Date: May 2009
Location: Cambridge, UK
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V8i air filter mounting?


I've a Defender 110, started out as a 2.5L petrol and then got converted to a 3.9i V8. When I bought it the air flow meter was bolted to a wing with a short hose to the plenum and no air filter. After a lot of messing around trying to get something to fit I gave in and bought a genuine air filter and hose for a V8i Defender - the filter is the round drum with a snout that fits near the bulkhead (firewall) with the air flow meter clipped to it and the hose then loops through 180degrees round to the plenum.

Stupidly I thought fitting it would be obvious but it isn't - I was wondering if anyone with a genuine V8i Defender could give me a clue or two how the filter is fitted - ideally a photo would be good!



P.S. I'm in Cambridge, UK, so V8i Defenders are a bit hard to find.
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