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Old 08-19-2007, 08:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question doing up a 2006 suzuki swift - pod filter?


i'm completely new to all things cars. i'm the sort of kid who wants to sup up his 2006 suzuki swift, clearly doesn't have to money to do anything decent, and honestly doesn't know what he's doing...

i've been told i should get a pod filter...

i assume that's a filter you stick in the air cleaner? do u put the case back on over the top? :S

also, pod filter vs panel filter... what the!?

does anyone have any recommendations as to what to do to my swift to do it up? i'm just as interested in looks/sounds as i am performance... and so far it's seemed that making it look and sound better is a whole lot cheaper!

hope you can help,

andy. =D
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