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    Question. Does it matter if I'll buy a generic or branded Air Filter?
    Where can I buy the right filter for my car (Suzuki Ciaz)?
    I tried searching youtube for answers but no avail. Thanks

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    its fine. it protects the evaporator from dust accumulation. cleaning the evaporator can cost 4k upwards.

    the are some pollen filters and carbon activated filters. these help if you have allergies..

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    Last edited by StockEngine; February 27th, 2018 at 04:03 PM.

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    In my case (vios), better pa yung aftermarket na air(con) filter than the casa kasi bukod sa may charcoal, mas mura pa.
    Para sakin basta nafifilter nya ang dapat nyang mafilter without affecting the aircon performance, ok sya.

    Vic pala yung brand

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    iyong locally made torque washable cabin filters ok ba?

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    Quote Originally Posted by danegoesonline View Post
    Question. Does it matter if I'll buy a generic or branded Air Filter?
    Where can I buy the right filter for my car (Suzuki Ciaz)?
    I tried searching youtube for answers but no avail. Thanks
    Try contacting Clover 244 - 8274/ 8277/ 8434/ 8436, they have the cheapest air filters at par quality with OEM. They will cross-reference your car part number to the catalog. They carry mostly Sakura and Fram, bur recently ive seen them with other brands like Vic, china Fleetguard.

    For Toyotas OEM and i guess your ACU is using ND, Denso now have the cheaper china version CoolGear - try asking Riken at 244 - 0011/ 7715/ 7716 for cross-reference.

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    Air filter ng engine or cabin? Kung sa engine, mas gusto ko yung OEM.

    Youtube might not be the best place to search kung saan nakakabili.

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    Engine air filter? OEM is highly recommended though you can opt for the replacement as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baludoy View Post
    iyong locally made torque washable cabin filters ok ba?
    Yung Torque sa aircon filter yun. OK yun

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronki View Post
    Yung Torque sa aircon filter yun. OK yun
    Yep aircon/cabin filter nga sya. So nakagamit ka ng torque and ayuz ang performance pala Casa Geniune Air Filter vs Generic Air Filter

    Magkano inabot and parang k&n cabin air filter ba sya na lifetime na ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by baludoy View Post
    Yep aircon/cabin filter nga sya. So nakagamit ka ng torque and ayuz ang performance pala Casa Geniune Air Filter vs Generic Air Filter

    Magkano inabot and parang k&n cabin air filter ba sya na lifetime na ?

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    yung material ng torque filter bro, pareho lang nung DIY ko. mas OK lang sa torque kasi may housing. after ilan laba bro masisira din sya. ang pwede mo gawin dun sa filter housing ng torque, pwede mo siguro baklaskin, tapos palitan ng filter.
    IIRC napost ko na dito yun DIY ko eh

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