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Megaflow

These versatile filters are easily recognisable by their twin bright red bands around the top and bottom. They should not be confused with the many inferior types of foam air filter.

Mega Flow (13 types)

Standard Standard Sausage Sausage

JC20 Single Carburettor Filter

Part Number: JC20

Smallest Megaflow for single carburettor applications

JC30 Single Carburettor Filter

Part Number: JC30

For IDA or original mini fitments

JC40 Small Twin Carburettor Filter

Part Number: JC40

For motorcycle and shorter 4 cylinder engines using carburettors or throttle bodies

JC50 Big Twin Carburettor Filter

Part Number: JC50

For most 4 cylinder engines using throttle bodies or carburettors

JC90 Multi Carburettor Filters

Part Number: JC90

Porsche 911 Weber carburettor filters

JC100 Multi Carburettor Filter

Part Number: JC100

For 6 cylinder applications on carbs or t/bodies

JC20 Sausage Single Carburettor Filter

Part Number: JC20/S

Smallest Sausage Megaflow for single carburettor applications

JC30 Sausage Single Carburettor Filter

Part Number: JC30/S

Sausage version of the JC30 filter

JC40 Small Sausage Twin Carburettor Filter

Part Number: JC40/S

Sausage version of the small twin carburettor filter

JC50 Big Twin Carburettor Sausage Filter

Part Number: JC50/S

The sausage version of the JC50 big twin carburettor filter

JC100 Multi Carburettor Sausage Filter

Part Number: JC100/S

Sausage filter for 6 cylinder applications on carbs or t/bodies

F2 Stock Car Filter

Part Number: JC10

Originally a Formula Ford filter but now the standard fitment on most F2 stock cars

Racing Filters

Part Number: JC70/JC71

The ultimate choice for race applications using DFV or BDG style engines

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Whenever an ITG filter replaces an original equipment inlet system, the fuel metering systems on an engine may need adjustment to compensate for the change in air flow capacity. (The full engine range should be checked on a rolling road).