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Old 03-25-2013, 10:53 AM
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So here are 2 that I am looking at. The first one 59-5000 is the cone filter that I currenlty have. The second 59-5020 is the newer filter that is more oval and looks better. Besides making sure the motor box will close correctly, anyone see any issues with going with the oval (59-5020) filter?

Type Flange Length Width Height Notes Part #
Oval 2.93"x4.75" 6.5" 4.75" 5.62" GM TPI 59-5000
Oval 2.93"x4.75" 8.62" 4.5" 3.18" GM LT-1 No Vent 59-5020
One has a vent the other doesn't. I don't know what vent is being talked about but I'm sure either will work.

Zooming in on both one has a dent or cut out for the tstat hoses or something?

Either filter should work and performance will not matter. I would find out what vent is being talked about.

Does your current one have a part number so you can call K&N direct and speak with them?
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Old 03-25-2013, 11:09 AM
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One has a vent the other doesn't. I don't know what vent is being talked about but I'm sure either will work.

Zooming in on both one has a dent or cut out for the tstat hoses or something?

Either filter should work and performance will not matter. I would find out what vent is being talked about.

Does your current one have a part number so you can call K&N direct and speak with them?
I will check the filter to see when we get the boat out of storage...all pics I have do not show a part #.
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Old 03-25-2013, 11:16 AM
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My LT-1 had the bottom filter you posted without vent. I am guessing the vent is for the blow-by hose?

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K&N with vent?
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Old 03-25-2013, 11:56 AM
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Yea John, I think you have just a regular one without any vent on it. I don't have one....
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Old 03-25-2013, 12:03 PM
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My LT-1 had the bottom filter you posted without vent. I am guessing the vent is for the blow-by hose?

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K&N with vent?
Cam, can the vent tube be removed. If he orders the one with the vent and doesn't use it then it still shouldn't matter. The filter element should not be cut out for the vent. It should basically be a male nipple that is mounted in there.


I'd call K&N and see if you can get one without vent. I would be calling tech support and telling them I want this.....see what they say
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Old 03-25-2013, 12:06 PM
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Cam, can the vent tube be removed. If he orders the one with the vent and doesn't use it then it still shouldn't matter. The filter element should not be cut out for the vent. It should basically be a male nipple that is mounted in there.


I'd call K&N and see if you can get one without vent. I would be calling tech support and telling them I want this.....see what they say
I don't think it can be removed without looking like a hack job. There is no hole in the filter media, so just not using the vent port would be perfectly acceptable.
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Old 03-25-2013, 12:07 PM
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Cam, can the vent tube be removed. If he orders the one with the vent and doesn't use it then it still shouldn't matter. The filter element should not be cut out for the vent. It should basically be a male nipple that is mounted in there.


I'd call K&N and see if you can get one without vent. I would be calling tech support and telling them I want this.....see what they say


Cam, Kyle and Jeff...thanks for the input and pics.

Yes, I am going to call K&N and see what they say. I would like the newer style filter without the vent if they have it. Will keep everyone posted in case someone else has the same question come up.
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Old 03-25-2013, 12:07 PM
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I don't think it can be removed without looking like a hack job. There is no hole in the filter media, so just not using the vent port would be perfectly acceptable.
Lol hack job.


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Old 03-25-2013, 12:27 PM
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I will check the filter to see when we get the boat out of storage...all pics I have do not show a part #.
My '96 has the 59-5020 with no vent.
http://www.amazon.com/59-5020-Flame-...7043463&sr=1-1


JerseyDave will know if it fits your boat

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